Harry and Meghans top-up interview with Oprah being considered, expert claims

Oprah Winfrey’s team are considering approaching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for a second “top-up” interview, a royal expert has claimed.

After departing from their lives as full-time working royals in March 2020, Harry and Meghan gave an explosive interview with US chat show host Oprah.

In the interview, which was broadcast in March this year, a number of accusations were levelled against the Royal Family by the Sussexes.

This included an unsubstantiated claim that an unnamed member of the Royal Family had made comments about the colour of their son Archie’s skin.

Now, speaking on his YouTube channel, royal expert Neil Sean has claimed that Oprah’s team might be keen to explore the couple’s initial responses more deeply in a second interview.

Neil Suggested that, “given the backlash and revelations that have come out”, Oprah Winfrey’s team are keen to understand the truth behind some of the answers Meghan and Harry provided.

“They’re wondering whether they now need to do a top-up interview,” he claimed.

“But of course Oprah Winfrey is a very powerful mogul in television, and would no doubt like to get a top-up version; their side of the events as to what’s happened over the last 6-9 months.

“This has been discussed at great lengths over in the US with CBS TV and Harpo Productions.”

The royal expert said he thought this would be “amazing”, but expressed doubts over whether it would take place.

“I don’t believe Harry and Meghan would agree to this, simply because they would be stewing in their seats,” he continued.

This comes as another royal commentator Lady C, claimed that Prince Harry’s autobiography will make the Royal Family look “weak”.

The prince’s autobiography is set for release late next year. Announcing its publication, Harry said it will be “a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful”.

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