The event of the year is just a few days away as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will talk with Oprah Winfrey about what their life away from the royal family has been like.
According to Dylan Howard — who wrote Royals at War: The Untold Story of Harry and Meghan's Shocking Split with the House of Windsor— the brood might never be the same again.
“It’s almost like Prince Harry is driving a wedge with a sledgehammer through his relationship with Prince William,” Howard says in Channel 5’s Harry and Meghan Vs The Monarchy, which will air on Saturday, March 6, at 9 p.m. “William is a staunch advocate for everything the royal family means. He’s obviously going to be dragged into this.”
“I expect this interview not only to reverberate through the U.S. and England, but to rock the establishment at its very core,” Howard claims.
Howard also claims that “honest” Meghan will answer all questions about the royal family, even though the firm may find them “uncomfortable.”
Harry and Meghan — who moved to California in 2020 — are no longer official working members of the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II had “no choice” but to strip them of their titles, Howard says.
“The action of Harry and Meghan [moving to] the United-States go against the very grain of the royal rulebook,” he says. “There is a delicious irony, where they live in Los Angeles, the heart of the paparazzi. At the same time in London, they fight these legal arguments. And it mustn't be lost on the royal family itself. It's almost cringe-worthy to an extent.”
Howard also claims Meghan was the one who struck up deals with Netflix and Spotify, and he wouldn't be surprised if she returns to acting in the future.
He adds, “As they embark on their brand-building exercise, we're only gonna see earthquake after earthquake shattering Buckingham Palace.”
Since the pair now reside in the United States, it means the Queen will not be able to spend time with her grandchild, Archie. “This is disheartening and heartbreaking,” Howard says.
Harry and Meghan Vs The Monarchy will air on Saturday, March 6, at 9 p.m, on Channel 5.