Prince Harry exposes his ‘greatest worry was history duplicating itself’ which leaving the Royal Household was ‘incredibly tough’ in brand-new teasers for a ‘shocking’ sit down interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The royal, who has always been protective of his pregnant other half Meghan Markle, blames journalism for the death of his own mom Princess Diana, and appears to fear that Meghan could suffer the very same fate.
‘ My greatest fear was history repeating itself,’ he said in a teaser for the interview.
Prince Harry exposes his ‘biggest worry was history duplicating itself’ in new teaser for bombshell sit down interview with Oprah
Prince Harry appears to fear that Meghan might suffer the very same fate as his mother Princess Diana
” It has been unbelievably difficult for the two people– but at least we had each other,” Harry informs in this preview clip first shared on this night. pic.twitter.com/bf0A06OG5w– Omid Scobie March 1, 2021
In a 2nd teaser published online, Harry said he is ‘relieved’ to be speaking with Oprah with Meghan by his side – and said he can’t imagine what his mom went through ‘going through this process by herself.’
‘ I’m just really relieved and pleased to be sitting here speaking to you with my other half by my side since I can’t start to envision what it needs to have been like for her going through this procedure by herself all those years earlier,’ Harry stated.
‘ Due to the fact that it’s been amazingly difficult for the 2 of us however a minimum of we have each other.’
Taking a seat with Meghan alone, Oprah asks her in the very first teaser: ‘Were you quiet or were you silenced?’
CBS’ Gayle King declared this sit-down with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is ‘the very best Oprah has ever done’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were envisioned holding hands in the interview while discussing their choice to leave the Royal Household
Taking a seat with Meghan alone, Oprah asks her in the first teaser: ‘Were you quiet or were you silenced?’
In another part of her interview with Meghan, Oprah appears to reference remarks Meghan makes calling life as a royal ‘practically un-survivable.’
‘” Nearly un-survivable” seem like there was a breaking point,’ Oprah states to Meghan in the clips.
At the end of the teaser for the 90-minute interview, Oprah says: ‘You have actually stated some quite shocking things here while the couple holds hands.
Oprah’s extremely uncommon sit-down interview with Prince Harry and Meghan is arranged to air on CBS at 8pm on March 7.
Buckingham Palace formerly revealed that Harry and Meghan had actually been stripped of their staying functions following their move to California
She called her interview with the royal couple ‘the very best she has ever done’, her best friend Gayle King said.
King, 66, who is an anchor for CBS, made the discuss Today on Friday while reporting on the Duke of Sussex’s appearance on James Corden’s Late Show.
King said the interview with Oprah, which was recorded prior to Harry’s appearance with Corden, is the couple’s ‘first major broadcast interview given that quiting their senior royal responsibilities.’
‘ I’ve heard from reliable sources, this is Oprah talking, that it’s the very best interview she’s ever done so I’m curious. That’s saying something,’ King said.
King revealed on February 16 that Oprah had actually been given permission to ask Harry and Meghan ‘anything she wanted’ and that ‘nothing was off limitations’ throughout the interview.
News of the interview most likely sparked fresh fears for Buckingham Palace over what embarrassing discoveries could emerge – particularly in the wake of the Queen’s choice to eliminate the couple’s staying royal patronages and honorary titles, a relocation that prompted the Sussexes to bite back in a petty public declaration.
On Monday, it was revealed that the Queen address the UK in a pre-recorded speech that will air on BBC One prior to the interview with Harry and Meghan.
The Queen was due to attend the annual Commonwealth Service on March 8 – however this has been cancelled for the first time in almost half a century due to COVID-19, Westminster Abbey announced on Monday.
Rather, the Queen has picked to share her yearly message 24 hr earlier with a show of support from Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
The Royal Household will also take part in the Queen’s An Event For Commonwealth Day program, hosted by Anita Rani to share their royal point of views on the value of Britain’s Commonwealth links.
On Monday, it also emerged that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s incendiary interview with Oprah might need to be re-edited or even partially re-shot due to the rift it has triggered with the royal household and 99-year-old Prince Philip’s hospitalization.
Some formerly declared that the interview, thought to be finished 2 weeks, could even be softened – though brand-new trailers reveal that appears unlikely.
It has likewise emerged that Meghan is anticipated to discuss the feud with her own household on her daddy Thomas’ side in the interview with Oprah.
Today host Holly Willoughby stated that Oprah’s team had actually been in contact with ITV for video of an interview with her half-sister.
In the January 2020 broadcast Samantha Markle said the previous Fits actress and Harry owed her and their dad an apology for ‘incredibly wrong, untoward, and shocking’ habits after the royal wedding event in 2018.
‘ Oprah Winfrey’s team contacted Today asking for video footage from our interview with Samantha Markle in preparation for the interview with the Duchess of Sussex,’ Willoughby said on Monday.
She included: ‘So, we don’t know whether they utilized that in the interview, however what we do know is nothing was off limitations.’
Insight into the no-holds-barred interview with Oprah has prompted further concerns about why Harry and Meghan chose to take part in such an explosive sit-down, in spite of their continued persistence that the media appreciates their personal privacy.
Those same questions arose after Harry’s interview with Corden aired – while critics also outrage over his decision to protect Netflix reveal The Crown, in spite of its extremely unfavorable representation of his grandmother, moms and dads, and broader members of the family.
Let the battle commence: Gayle’s remarks about Oprah’s interview were made simply hours after James Corden’s sit-down with Prince Harry aired on CBS
Harry, who, in addition to his other half, inked a very financially rewarding deal with Netflix last year, told long-time pal Corden that he has watched The Crown, and stated that the show is ‘imaginary’ but ‘loosely based upon the fact’ and catches the feeling of being anticipated to put ‘duty and service above household and everything else’.
While sitting down for the widely-publicized interview, which partly happened on an al fresco double-decker bus in Los Angeles, Harry struck out at the ‘harmful’ media – blaming the press for his choice to stop the royal household and relocate to the United States.
The Duke said the pressure of being in London was ‘destroying my mental health’, however insisted that he never ‘left’ from the royals – rather explaining the move as a ‘go back’.
‘ It was never leaving. It was stepping back rather than stepping down. It was a truly tough environment, which I think a lot of people saw. So I did what any daddy or hubby would do and believed: “How do I get my family out of there?” But we never left.’
And while the interview was performed before the Queen removed the Sussexes of their royal patronages, Harry appears to know what was coming.
‘My life is public service, so wherever I remain in the world it’s going to be the exact same thing. As far as I’m worried, whatever choices are made on that side [in Britain], I will never ever walk away,’ he said.