Oprah Winfrey denied planning to interview Prince Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, after they decided to give up their royal duties, amid fears in Britain that the Duchess of Sussex would expose the racism she was subjected to.
Nicole Nichols, chief spokesperson for the Oprah Winfrey Network, said on Monday that the couple “did not discuss the issue of conducting a television interview.”
This comes after employees of the Royal Palace revealed fears that Megan or Prince Harry would provide information revealing “racism and masculinity” at the British establishment on American television.
But British newspapers have confirmed the existence of talks from parties representing Harry and his wife for television interviews with American television networks such as “ABC”, “NBC” and even “CBS”.
After the approval of the Queen of Britain, Elizabeth II, on the decision of her grandson and his wife to give up their royal duties and independence from the family, fears are raised about exposing what Megan was exposed to, in the event that a television interview was held with her.
The right-wing British media did not stop insulting Markle because she was brown, and her son was likened to a monkey because her mother was of African descent, and she was accused of supporting terrorism for her charitable contribution linked to a mosque.
The British Royal Institution restricts the actions of Markle and her husband when subjected to racist attacks, and it is obligated to undertake to deal with any issue through the Palace Foundation.
Source: Daily Mail