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  1. Mar 08, 2021 · Update 3/7: While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's live sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey aired Sunday night 8 p.m. ET/PT. on CBS, there's still more to come in the morning.

    • There were 'concerns' in the royal family about Archie's skin color. Meghan said there was concern within the royal family about her baby's skin tone, and Harry condemned his relatives for failing to criticize colonial undertones in media coverage.
    • Harry and Meghan felt 'trapped' in the family. "My father and my brother, they are trapped," Harry said, lifting the veil on the extreme constraints the couple felt as members of the family.
    • The details behind their split from the royals. Winfrey asked Harry whether they quit as working members of the royal family because they were asking for help and couldn't get it.
    • Their relationships with the Queen and Princes Charles and William. Few senior members of the royal family were portrayed positively in the interview, but the Queen was the exception.
  2. Mar 08, 2021 · (Oprah narrates) The day after our interview, I stopped over to Harry and Meghan’s new home. 24 Meghan said her 2018 royal wedding 'wasn't our day, this was the day planned for the world' Credit ...

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  3. Feb 15, 2021 · The interview, titled Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS Primetime Special, aired on Sunday, March 7, 2021, at 8pm PST/EST (1am UK time) on CBS. It is now available online via their live TV player .

  4. Mar 08, 2021 · The interview, titled Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS Primetime Special, aired on Sunday, March 7, 2021, at 8pm PST/EST (1am UK time) on CBS. It is now available online via their live TV player. It initially featured Meghan alone talking to Oprah Winfrey before she was joined by Prince Harry.

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  6. What’s REALLY Behind the Oprah Interview With Harry and Meghan

    www.strategic-culture.org › news › 2021/03/17

    Mar 17, 2021 · The Oprah interview was a business venture, designed to rake in scores of millions of dollars and to promote the couple in the U.S. – which is why it was shot in the U.S. in the first place. Book and film deals, donations and raking up Meghan’s role as a victim of racism is all very, very bankable in America.

  7. Harry and Meghan 'have no regrets' about Oprah interview ...

    www.dailymail.co.uk › news › article-9681273

    Jun 13, 2021 · Harry and Meghan want to 'keep the peace' with the Royal Family, but have 'no regrets' about doing their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, it has been reported. Insiders say the Duke and ...

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  8. Missed Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview? How to rewatch the ...

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    • How Can I Rewatch Oprah's Interview with Prince Harry and Meghan?
    • Don't Have Two hours?
    • Oprah's Monday Follow-Up
    • How Did We Get Here?
    • Why Oprah?

    If you missed the Oprah, Meghan and Harry special, it's not too late. It's available to watch for free on CBS.com, as well as on the CBS app, which is available for free on iOS and Android. (If the CBS.com link above redirects you to the landing page for CBS' premium streaming service Paramount Plus, just go back to CBS.com and search for Oprah -- voila.) The interview is not available on Paramount Plus; a source says this is due to a decision from Oprah's production company. If you do want to watch, make the time soon. CBS will remove the interview 30 days from its original March 7 airing.

    Yes, the full interview is two hours long. CBS released a number of teaser clips before the broadcast in case you just want to see snippets.

    Even if you've watched the entire two-hour special, the Monday after the original airing brought fresh fodder. Winfrey went on CBS This Morning, where her BFF Gayle King works, and shared some of her thoughts, as well as snippets that didn't air. Winfrey said she told her production team the most important question to be answered about Meghan and Harry and their departure from England was "Why did they leave?" She emphasized that the couple did not blindside the 94-year-old queen with news of their plan, saying Queen Elizabeth II was kept informed. She said that she believed the couple chose to speak to her because of the pain of being lied about by the palace, and that they wanted to set the record straight about how they were treated. Winfrey also revisits the revelation that someone in the royal family talked to Harry about his son's skin color, and said again that it was neither the queen nor her husband, Philip, who had this discussion with the prince. In another part of the CB...

    Normal protocol for someone as high up in the royal family as Harry would be to live in the UK forever, as a working member of the royal family -- attending hospital openings, museum exhibits, board meetings, playing bingo with pensioners and generally just supporting Queen Elizabeth II in a quiet yet respectful way. Realistically, with his father Charles, brother William, and William and Kate's three kids all in line to the throne before him, Harry was never going to rule. And as he made clear to Winfrey, he felt unsupported, and even endangered, by family decisions that he felt were not helping his own family. You may have heard that Meghan and Harry moved first to Canada, then to California in 2020. In February 2021, after a year trial, Buckingham Palace announcedthe couple would not return as working members of the royal family, through they would remain "much loved." And Meghan and Harry have been busy. In 2020, they signed a deal to develop programming for Netflix, and they've...

    Why not Oprah? Although Winfrey stopped making her iconic talk show in 2011, she's still one of the most powerful, best-known women in American media, and maybe the world. And Oprah has been a part of the royal couple's life for a while now. She attended their 2018 royal wedding, and lives not far from their Montecito, California, home. In fact, it was Oprah who gave baby Archie the cute book, Duck! Rabbit!, that he was seen reading with Meghan in a videoreleased to mark his first birthday in May 2020.

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