Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been told that their agreed interview with Oprah Winfrey is the “final nail in the coffin”. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly set to lose all their remaining patronages given to them by the Queen as a result. Us Weekly’s Royally Us podcast hosts Molly Mulshine and Christina Garibaldi discussed what impact this could have.
Ms Garibaldi told listeners: “As we know their transition period as senior members of the Royal Family ends at the end of March.
“So this is kind of a big deal.
“I think this is going to be hard for Harry as there are a lot of military ties that he would probably lose.
“Robert Jobson said there is no way back to official duties for them.”
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Ms Mulshine added: “It’s pretty much due to the announcement of the CBS interview.
“I think that is kind of the final nail in the coffin.
“No matter how much they would want to stay in the royal fold in that way, it seems that maybe might not be in the cards.
“You can’t have it all, I guess. It’s unfortunate.”
The 90-minute one-off is set to be broadcast on March 7.
Oprah’s best friend, fellow TV host Gayle King, gave a preview of the chat.
She told CBS This Morning: “I know [Oprah’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.”