Here's What Gayle King Said About Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's Upcoming Interview With Oprah
Gayle King opened up about what fans can expect from Oprah Winfrey's upcoming tell-all interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, explaining that no topic would be off-limits.
As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gear up for their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, Winfrey's best friend Gayle King has opened up about what fans can expect. She said of the interview during Tuesday's episode of "CBS This Morning:"
"I know she's been working on the questions all weekend long. I'm told nothing is off-limits, nothing is off-limits. She can ask anything she wants."
King was joined by her co-workers as they discussed the topics of the day, and they expressed enthusiasm at the prospect of the Duke and Duchess letting it all out for the world to hear their story.
After Harry and Meghan shared the news of their second pregnancy on Valentine's Day, CBS announced that the couple would sit down with the media mogul for 90 minutes in a special titled, "Oprah with Meghan & Harry: A CBS Primetime Special."
During the discussion, the 67-year-old would chat with Meghan about motherhood, marriage, life in the royal family, philanthropic works, stepping down as senior royals, and living life in the public eye.
The interview could mean that the couple could lose all their remaining royal patronages.
ONLY ON CBS: @Oprah Winfrey will sit down with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in their first major broadcast interview since quitting their senior royal duties.— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) February 16, 2021
You can watch the 90 minute special on @CBS Sunday, March 7. pic.twitter.com/WRaSdtFVxC
After the women are done discussing, Prince Harry would join the conversation, and the trio would talk about the couple's move to the United States, their expanding family, and their plans for the future.
According to reports, it wasn't confirmed if the Sussexes spoke to the monarchy about their decision to interview. However, a royal source confirmed that they are under no obligation to request permission from the Queen.
The insider explained that given that Harry and Meghan are now non-working members of the royal family, their media affairs do not matter to the palace. An expert who spoke to The Sun described the upcoming interview as "explosive."
The expert warned that fans should expect something extraordinary from the duo. However, they shouldn't expect to hear Harry and Meghan say anything that would embarrass the Queen as he still has a connection with Her Majesty.
Nevertheless, the interview could mean that the couple could lose all their remaining royal patronages as speaking to the media indicates washing their hands off anything related to the royal family.In recent news, it was reported that Oprah hosted an intimate wedding in her California home for King's daughter, Kirby Bumpus. King shared several photos from the beautiful ceremony that saw Bumpus tied the knot with Virgil Miller.