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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don't look "that happy" with their new US life, an expert has claimed.
DailyMirror's royal editor Russell Myers told 7News the duo had done "an awful lot of damage" after their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down with the popular U.S. chat show host and sensationally claimed an unnamed member of the Royal Family expressed concerns about the skin colour of baby Archie before he was born.
Prince Harry also moaned that dad, Prince Charles, had cut him off, and said the he was only able to make the move thanks to money his late mother, Princess Diana, left him.
Meghan and Harry said they were grateful for the opportunity to sit down with Oprah, but Mr Myers claims the pair don't appear "that happy" in the wake of the interview.
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Mr Myers claims Meghan and Harry have "no way back" to Royal life as the pair caused an "awful lot of damage" to the Firm.
He added that reputations were "absolutely destroyed"
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Speaking to 7News, Mr Myers said: "There is now way back for Harry and Meghan now.
"I think there is an awful lot of damage done from this interview.
"There were reputations that were absolutely destroyed.
"It's an absolutely extraordinary turn of events and I didn't think they looked even that happy."
Prince Harry did not immediately speak to his family after the interview but U.S. host Gayle King, a pal of Oprah, claimed she called the Duke of Sussex to check in.
Ms King said Prince William had called Harry, who also spoke to his father, Prince Charles, but nobody has spoken to Meghan.
She also said the family are "glad" a dialogue has been opened but added that the conversation had been unproductive.
Harry's discussion with Ms King comes after the Queen said all issues raised in the interview, including the subject of race, would be discussed "by the family privately".
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Oprah Winfrey
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