- Meghan Markle warned to be careful during her and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah
- Dickie Arbiter believes the Sussexes would not make any waves in their interview
- The upcoming interview with Oprah would be a good PR for Prince Harry and Markle
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be having their first televised interview next month after announcing that they are expecting their second baby. Prince Harry and Markle have a tell-all interview with Oprah where they will be opening up about their life after moving to the United States. Former Palace spokesman Dickie Arbiter warned the royal couple ahead on what they should be sharing during the interview.
“The Sussexes have an army of professional well paid advisors so they will go into the interview well-rehearsed and prepared but they will have to be careful particularly when speaking about their son and Meghan’s father,” Arbiter told Vanity Fair.
“Associated Newspapers will I imagine be watching the interview very carefully. They want their day in court so I can’t believe Meghan will talk in depth about the court case and she should be careful when talking about the media because from what I have seen, she hasn’t been harassed by the British media. Meghan is very smart and I suspect this is more about getting their message out about what’s next for them and what they are going to do in LA. Harry and Meghan aren’t going to make any waves, it’s not worth them upsetting the apple cart.”
Arbiter wasn’t surprised with the interview because Oprah is a close friend of the couple. However, Markle has only met Oprah once before she invited the host to the royal wedding, according to The Times.
Global talent agent Professor Jonathan Shalit believes that the interview could be a good PR for Prince Harry and Markle. However, he wouldn’t be surprised if the people would see it in different view.
“An Oprah interview is a badge of honor for any global celebrity looking to open up and present their viewpoint to the world. As to the rights and wrongs of this there are two totally differing perspectives at play,” he said.
In related news, the Sussexes’ upcoming interview is a cause for concern within the royal family, especially for his big brother. Prince William was allegedly bothered because it reminded him of their mom Princess Diana’s infamous Panorama interview that sparked a beef between him and the late Princess of Wales.