Discussing the relationship between the royal family and the Sussexes, The Mirror’s royal correspondent Russell Myers claimed the situation was “very, very chilly” months after a bombshell interview the couple gave to US TV presenter Oprah Winfrey remained
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Prince Harry spoke with “bizarre language” about his and Meghan’s recent return to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a royal expert has said.
Speaking to Australian television about the relationship between the royal family and the Sussexes, the Mirror’s royal correspondent Russell Myers claimed the situation remained “very, very chilly” months after the couple’s bombshell interview with US TV presenter Oprah Winfrey.
Harry and Meghan complained during the interview about their treatment by certain family members – claiming an unnamed royal speculated about Archie’s skin color before he was born.
Weeks before their recent return to the UK – where they were joined by daughter Lilibet, one, who is meeting the Queen for the first time – Harry gave an interview to NBC Today.
Referring to the interview with the Duke of Sussex, Russell Myers said: “Harry gave an interview just a few weeks ago while he was at the Invictus Games.
“It was all kind of bizarre language, he was there to protect the Queen and those things don’t go over too well.
“If it [their relationship] is to be repaired, then there must be a little more water under the bridge”.
However, mirrorman Myers agreed with Australian TV presenter Richard Wilkins on the Today Show who claimed they might try to “have their cake and eat it too”.
Myers added: “If Harry is looking for piecemeal, he was far from it.
“The people I speak to, the palace every day, who [are] obviously very well connected with the top players, so to speak.
“They are still absolutely furious”.
Myers added, “You can’t go on, you know, international television interview with Oprah Winfrey, complaining to the family about your treatment and then want to sit down with them when you’re still doing interviews.”
Separately, another expert has claimed Harry and Meghan didn’t “fix fences” during their visit, but hit a “wall” with some senior royals – as they will have wondered if “everything they say as a chapter.” could end up in Harry’s memoirs, or in a future podcast”.
Author Duncan Larcombe, best known for his work Prince Harry: The Inside Story, has shared how he believes the couple now faces a real test that could impact their future with the family.
writing for Closer Magazine, Larcombe said Harry and Meghan risk being “cut off” if they reveal private moments from the anniversary, leaving them in a “last chance drawing room”.
He told the publication: “The test really starts now for Harry and Meghan. They’ve come to the UK and for the anniversary and have really cemented themselves as royals again – which is great for their brand and something that Spotify, Netflix and penguin will eat up.
“But now it all depends on how their behavior moves in the future. Apparently, an olive branch was extended here by the royal family. But Harry and Meghan would ruin that if any private information about this weekend was spoken to the press or published in a book.
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“It’s their last chance now. If anything leaked out from the weekend I assume they’ll be totally cut off and that’s it.”
Larcombe added that while this could be seen as “dangerous territory” for Harry and Meghan, it was also an opportunity for them to “take a big step in the right direction” and “prove they can be trusted.” “.
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