Meghan and Harry defended by Oprah as she tells people what 'they are missing'

Oprah Winfrey stood up for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and told her critics: “Privacy doesn’t mean silence.”

She spoke out in favor of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s defense on Friday morning’s Today program.

Speaking of criticism Harry and Meghan received for conducting interviews about their sanity and time in the royal family despite asking for privacy, Oprah said, “I ask for privacy and talk all the time.

“I think being able to live a life that you haven’t been invaded by photographers or people flying overhead or invading your life is what every person wants and deserves.”

“That’s what people miss – privacy doesn’t mean silence.”

The anchor also played a clip from Harry and Oprah’s new documentary The Me You Can’t See.

During the new episode, Harry makes a number of extraordinary claims – and hits the royal family for their “total neglect”.

He also says Prince Charles made him “suffer”.

The new documentary series, produced by Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey, will be available exclusively on Apple TV + starting May 21.


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