Meghan Markle Prince Harry’s wife accuses British royalty of producing fake news

Meghan Markle Prince Harry’s wife Duke of Sussex, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, accused the Palace of producing false news about them.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were guests of the famous American presenter Oprah Winfrey’s show, which aired on CBS television. A 30-second episode of the talk, which will be broadcast on Sunday, was shared on the channel’s Twitter account.

In the clip, Markle said Oprah Winfrey’s ” How do you feel about palace hearing you tell your facts ?” “The company (palace) has an active role in the continuation of fake news about us, I do not understand how they can still expect us to be silent after all this time”.

“Much has already been lost,” said the Duchess, on whether the conversation risks losing something. used the expression. In another clip previously released by the channel, Prince Harry stated that his wife had been treated similarly to his mother, Princess of Wales, Diana.

They were separated from the royal family

Prince Harry and his wife decided to leave the Royal last year, but after meeting with the Queen, a one-year reassessment process was agreed upon.

However, before the deadline, Prince Harry announced last month that they would not return to their duties and would be financially independent. It was stated that the couple, expecting their second child, will live in the USA from now on.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were born in 2018, St. George had married in a grand ceremony at the Chapel. The Queen gave her granddaughter Harry the Duchess of Sussex so that Meghan also came to the Duchess of Sussex.

Markle, who had an acting career before joining the royal family, was a US citizen and whose family roots were in Africa, was the subject of controversy as he had many first qualities for the British monarchy.

Crown Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s second child, Harry, was the 6th-ranked heir to the throne.

Prince Harry’s mother, Diana, lost her life under the constant surveillance of the British Boulevard press on 31 August 1997, when she was 36 in Paris, in a car accident in a tunnel while pursuing the paparazzi.