Just when the world thought Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spilled all their secrets, it looks like more could be revealed.
“There is a lot of interest in showing the interview in full," a source told the outlet, referring to how Winfrey said the original sit-down was 3 hours and 20 minutes, but the network cut it down to 85 minutes. “The original program was the biggest show of the year so far in the U.K. and was bought by firms around the world."
“Showing more of it would be a guaranteed ratings winner," the insider dished. "Oprah’s production company know they’re sitting on a goldmine so it’s possible a deal could be done.”
While chatting with Winfrey, Meghan, 39, claimed that someone in the royal family had "concerns" over her son Archie's skin color and the institution didn't support her when she said she needed to speak about her mental health with someone.
Just last week, Winfrey's pal Gayle King revealed she had caught up with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and said that Harry had been in touch with his brother and father Prince Charles since the bombshell interview, but they would still need time to mend their family.
"Well I'm not trying to break news, but I did actually call them to see how they were feeling, and it's true, Harry has talked to his brother and he has talked to his father too," King said on CBS This Morning. "The word I was given was that those conversations were not productive. But they are glad that they have at least started a conversation."
Despite the royal family being upset with Harry, “the fallout from the interview is far from over and it feels like Harry and Meghan still have more to say publicly,” a source said. “There’s certainly an appetite from TV execs to help them do it."