Meghan Markle is set to discuss her relationship with the Royal Family and her new life in California in a special 90-minute interview with Oprah set to air in March. The Duchess of Sussex is expected to talk about her and Prince Harry’s decision to quit their position as senior working royals as well as their new charity, Archewell. Commentator Camilla Tominey suggested the interview could become the “Meghan show” and solely focus on the Duchess of Sussex as Harry is expected to only show up “at the end” of the discussion.
Ms Tominey suggested the royal could face some tough questions about her relationship with the Royal Family, especially in connection to the unexpected decision to step down last year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would give up their positions in January 2020 after a six-week family break away from royal duties spent in Canada.
With the one-year review of the agreement struck with the Queen coming up this March, and news of the interview breaking, the couple is now expected to be asked to relinquish any remaining role connected to the Royal Family as the pair showed off their newly-found independence.
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