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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s bombshell CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey would’ve been postponed if Prince Phillip had died, Gayle King has revealed.
Winfrey’s close pal King said on her SiriusXM show Wednesday that the former royals recorded the interview before Prince Philip was admitted to the hospital in February.
“If something, God forbid, had happened to him, the interview would not have run at this particular time,” she said on “Gayle King in the House,” (via TMZ).
She continued, “But, the interview was done and was scheduled before he went into the hospital. But, a lot of people have raised that point.”
Meghan and Harry received backlash for televising their tell-all interview while the Queen’s husband, 99-year-old Prince Philip, was hospitalized while recovering from a heart operation.
During the tell-all interview, the former “Suits” actress claimed that Buckingham Palace did nothing when she sought help for having suicidal thoughts and that someone in the royal family had “concerns” over son Archie’s skin color.
The Duke of Edinburgh was released from the hospital on Tuesday and is reportedly “not aware of the full extent” of his grandson’s interview with his wife and Oprah.
King, who says she spoke with the royal couple following the interview, has been sharing intel, including that Meghan reportedly has “plenty of receipts” to back up the allegations of racism she made.
King also shared that Harry’s talks with his brother, Prince William, and his dad, Prince Charles, were “not productive.”
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