The British royal family on the edge of the abyss before the Winfrey interview

From a social point of view, it is the TV event of the year: The interview of Duchess Meghan (39) and Prince Harry (36) with startalker Oprah Winfrey (67), which the US broadcaster CBS tonight at 2 a.m. (Swiss time, VIEW reports live) broadcasts. RTL will be the first German-speaking station to follow tomorrow at 3 p.m. The speculation as to whether the couple is really talking clearly about the true conditions at the royal court has kept the British nation in suspense since the announcement. Also because, as part of a clever advertising strategy, CBS regularly served snacks with content in trailer form.

The two-hour program is advertised as a “tell-all” conversation: Meghan and Harry want to “say everything” for the first time and express themselves “more openly and honestly than ever” about their feelings. That not only the court is nervous in the face of possible revelations of the renegade couple, shows the story of the London “Times” about the bullying allegations to the address of Meghan. During her time in front of the Megxit, she harassed personal employees and drove them to quit. As a key witness, the “Times” brought up then communications secretary Jason Knauf (36), who had passed on his complaint about the allegedly untenable situation to Harry’s brother Prince William (38). Harry himself asked Knauf to let the allegations rest.

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