American TV presenter, author and CBS News journalist Gail King said that Prince Harry still managed to talk to his brother, Prince William, after revealing an interview with Oprah Winfrey. According to the Daily Mail, the conversation took place over the weekend, a week after the broadcast of the sensational program.
Gail King noted that the dialogue was “unproductive”. The Duke of Sussex insists that the royal family intervene and force the British press to stop speculating on his and Meghan’s names, as well as spreading inaccurate information and phrases taken out of context from interviews. “But they’re glad they at least started a conversation,” King said. The TV presenter also stressed that Markle has “documents confirming the accuracy of everything she said in an interview with Oprah.”
“I think Harry and Meghan are still upset by the fact that the palace wants to deal with them privately and continues to spread offensive things against them. That being said. Currently, no one from the royal family has contacted Meghan yet. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are unhappy to see that everywhere they talk about racism in the royal family. But from the very beginning, they pursued other goals. They just wanted to stop spreading fake stories about Buckingham Palace, which are definitely racial. Both Meghan and Harry both intend to move forward, and both dream of healing the royal family. After all, this is Harry’s family. “
Recall that last week, Prince William looked extremely outraged, defending the royal family and declaring in public that they are “not racist at all.” He promised to talk to his brother about the situation at all costs. Buckingham Palace, in turn, instructed lawyers to help investigate allegations of bullying and bullying brought against Harry and Meghan by the royal employees.
During the call, it is speculated that Princes Harry and William may have also discussed the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana, scheduled for July at Kensington Palace. The brothers will meet face-to-face in London for the first time since the Commonwealth of Nations Day service, which was held a year ago at Westminster Abbey.