Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

 The Prince Harry of the British royal family and his wife Meghan Markle recently gave an interview to American TV star Oprah Winfrey, which aired on March 7 in the United States and March 8 in the United Kingdom.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

The interview between Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry lasted more than 2 hours and is considered to be the most important interview in the Western world in recent times. While the interview is being called the most important interview in the Western world, it is also being called the most important interview of the British royal family since 1997.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

In this lengthy interview, Meghan Markle spoke openly about racial discrimination at the royal palace and the effects of living there as a prisoner on her mental health. Prince Harry also said in an interview that he and his wife were forced into the royal palace.

Both of them had said that even before the birth of their first child, rumors had started circulating in the royal palace that they did not know how dark their child would be. At the same time, Prince Harry had said that when his wife Meghan Markle was being misreported in the British media, the royal palace did not help her.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

Meghan Markle had said that she had even considered committing suicide due to false news and racial discrimination in the royal palace. The interview was aired on CBS in the US and ITV in the UK and has been viewed nearly 30 million times in both countries.

According to the Associated Press (AP), the royal couple’s interviews in the United States amounted to 17 million dollars, according to data released on the afternoon of March 9 by the most important TV rating agency in the United States.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

The report said that while the interviews of Harry and Meghan Markle were viewed a record number of times, their interviews were also given good stars in the ratings, as their interviews were viewed 15 million times.

Prince Harry and his wife’s interviews were broadcasted in the United States and the United Kingdom as “Entertainment” and “Lifestyle” interviews, and their interviews in both categories became the first interviews to be seen on record.

Overall, the royal couple’s interviews have been viewed more than 30 million times in the United States and the United Kingdom, while clips of their interviews have been viewed millions of times on YouTube and other social media platforms.

As soon as the interviews of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were broadcasted, the news of their interviews made headlines in the media all over the world, while the newspapers and magazines of the United States and the United Kingdom also made special publications on their interviews.

Interviews by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have sparked a debate not only in the United States and the United Kingdom but also around the world over the 12,000-year history of the British royal family and royal palace.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview by Oprah Winfrey sparks Racism Debate

Referring to the same interview, the Associated Press (AP) said in its report that Oprah Winfrey is once again being praised all over the world and is being called the ‘Princess of Interviews’. Oprah Winfrey has interviewed many celebrities before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and has been a superstar in the TV world for the past two decades.

The AP reports that the interviews between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were recorded in a park in California and were recorded and edited by Oprah Winfrey’s personal production house. The CBS television network provided 9 million dollars to Oprah Winfrey’s production house for the interview. 

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