On Monday Feb 15, 2021, it was revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will appear in the potentially explosive interview titled Oprah with Meghan and Harry.
After there is a confirmation that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take part in a tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview, they reportedly have ‘no way back’ to royal life. The show will have a potentially explosive interview titled Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special.
Meghan and Harry ‘have no way back’ to royal?
A statement said that the couple will talk about their move to the US and what is their hopes and dream for the future of their expanding family. The show will last for 90 minutes to air on March 7, 2021.
The move is said to have sparked concern within the Palace, who was once again said to have been oblivious to the couple’s decision. Some social media users compared the upcoming TV event to Princess Diana’s 1995 interview with Martin Bashir. It is when Harry’s mother, away from the control of the royal family, spoke honestly about her treatment. Because of that, there is claimed that Meghan would have to step down as sponsor of the National Theatre, a role she was handed in in 2019, while the couple’s links with the Commonwealth could also go, although this is reportedly unclear.
Not only that but also Harry should be stripped of his three remaining honorary military titles and possibly his patronages. With the Rugby Football Union, Rugby Football League, and the London Marathon. A source revealed, “You can’t have one of the heads of state’s representatives flogging cups of coffee, it’s as simple as that.” Another told, “The interview has come about because there is an understanding [with Harry and Meghan] that all remaining formal links with organisations will cease to exist.”
Still, it is not sure exactly when an announcement on the patronages will be made. But the review date of the Royal arrangement is set to expire on March 31. Harry is planning to come back to the UK this summer so he can join in the Trooping the Colour in London. Then he can attend any celebrations for the Queen’s 95th birthday and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th. It all happens in June.