Palace braces for MORE bombshell revelations from MIDDAY when Oprah Winfrey will unveil UNSEEN clips from Harry and Meghan interview on CBS This Morning
- Oprah Winfrey will appear live on CBS This Morning from 12pm UK time (7am ET)
- US chat show queen will reveal ‘never-before-seen clips’ from their conversation
- CBS host Gayle King says there has been a ‘whole lotta chatter’ about interview
- Oprah has promised there is ‘so much more that we couldn’t fit into this special’
Oprah will appear live on CBS This Morning in New York from 12pm UK time (7am Eastern Time) to reveal ‘never-before-seen clips’ from her chat with the Sussexes.
Royal watchers will be waiting with baited breath for what more could be revealed by the US chat show queen today, given the dramatic nature of the first instalment.
In a preview for the programme tweeted last night, CBS host Gayle King, who is also Oprah’s friend, said there had been a ‘whole lotta chatter’ about the interview.
CBS This Morning host Gayle King (left) and Oprah Winfrey (right, in 2016) are good friends
Gayle King said Oprah Winfrey will appear live on CBS This Morning in New York today
And a tweet from the show said: ‘Oprah Winfrey will join us live with never-before-seen clips from her interview with Duchess of Sussex, Meghan and Prince Harry.’
It comes after Oprah promised at the end of the interview that ‘this conversation doesn’t end here’ and there was ‘so much more that we couldn’t fit into this special’.
One topic which Oprah did not discuss – and could therefore be spoken about today – is Meghan’s lack of relationship with her estranged father Thomas Markle.
It comes after the couple accused an un-named royal of racism, suggested the Royal Family were jealous of Meghan and said she contemplated taking her own life.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on US channel CBS
Meghan and Harry hit out at the institution and members of the royal family in a series of astonishing admissions during their candid interview with Oprah on CBS.
Meghan revealed that working for the Royal Family ultimately left her feeling that ending her life was an option, and how she had not been protected by the monarchy.
A member of the royal family – who the couple refused to identify – was allegedly worried about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone might be before he was born.
Meghan also said the Duchess of Cambridge had made her cry ahead of her wedding – the opposite of reports circulating ahead of the Sussexes’ nuptials.
The Queen, Meghan and Harry stand together at Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018
In a lighter moment the couple, who announced last month that they are expecting their second child, said they are due to have a baby girl in the summer.
As the dust settles on the chat, attention will turn to what the revelations mean for the couple, and the senior royals they have chosen to leave behind.
Since leaving the UK last year, the pair have signed lucrative deals with Spotify and Netflix to give them the capital to pursue their new lifestyle and public goals.
They have also bought an £11million home in the celebrity enclave of Montecito in California, and also launched a non-profit foundation called Archewell.
British viewers can watch the interview when it airs on ITV at 9pm tonight.