Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'will not be paid for interview with Oprah'

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly not getting paid for their television interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will speak to the legendary host on March 7th to discuss a variety of topics.

Older royals are said to have raised concerns during the 90 minutes of sitting, but won’t try to stop them.

Harry and Meghan have closed multi-million pounds on Netflix and Spotify since leaving the royal family last January.

But loud The telegraphthe couple isn’t getting paid for their prime-time interview with Opera.

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It is suggested that nothing is off the table during the chat. Meghan (39) and Harry (36) want to talk about their new life in the USA.

Gayle King, a friend of Opera, said on her CBS show, “I’ve been told nothing is forbidden. She can ask anything she wants.”

However, the Queen reportedly believes her grandson will abide by royal protocol – despite the wide-ranging nature of the interview.

The Express reports that “palace insiders” are confident the couple will follow royal protocol and “keep a promise to uphold Her Majesty’s values”.

An insider reportedly said of the upcoming interview: “Bridges are unlikely to be built, but there is always the possibility that the finished product will be very tame.”

The couple announced their second pregnancy on Valentine's Day

Meghan’s decision to open up to the public came after “three years of advertising by the chat show host” the times.

The 67-year-old Oprah met Meghan in 2018 and attended this year’s royal wedding, along with other famous faces like Elton John and the Clooneys.

Meghan and Harry announced their second pregnancy on Valentine’s Day with a picture of them sitting under a tree.

The new baby will be with son Archie.

Meghan was also successful last week in a data protection case against a British newspaper that published a personal letter.

CBS, who produce the interview, said in a statement, “Winfrey will speak to Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, in a comprehensive interview that will cover everything from entering life as a king, marriage, motherhood, philanthropic work to how she deals with life under heavy public pressure.

“The two are later joined by Prince Harry as they discuss their move to the United States and their future hopes and dreams for their growing family.”


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