CBS Paid at Least $7 Million for Rights to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Interview with Oprah: Report
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were not paid to take part in the interview, which will air Sunday on CBSCBS reportedly paid a licensing fee of between $7 and $9 million to air the special, according to The Wall Street Journal. Meghan and Harry were not paid to take part in the interview.
© Dubreuil Corinne / Abaca Kate Middleton: His uncle comes to his rescue after the interview of Meghan Markle
he does not believe a word . During the interview with Meghan Markle with Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess of Sussex had been able to clearly put things on a rumor that had been running for several years that a few days before his marriage, under pressure, Meghan Markle would have made Kate cry Middleton . But it would finally be the opposite that would have happened: "I do not say that to denigrate anyone because it was a very difficult week. She was upset by something, but she recognized everything and she apologized. She offered me flowers and a word, while apologizing, "said Prince Harry's wife during the interview.
Prince Harry Says He and Meghan Markle Did Not 'Blindside' Queen About Royal Exit
Harry added that he had two conversations with his father, Prince Charles, "before he stopped taking my calls"During the couple's interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, the TV host asked if they "blindsided" the monarch by releasing a statement in Jan. 2020 about stepping back to the public.
An explanation that did not convince the uncle of Kate Middleton , Gary Goldsmith, questioned by the " Daily Mail ": "I do not believe a single moment that Kate made Meghan cry. According to him, "If anyone made an angry crisis" that day, it could only be Meghan Markle. Carole Middleton's brother added to the wife of Prince William: "I would fight for Kate's honor until the day of my death. She is the most spectacular person I have never met. »
Gallery: Harry and Meghan had everything planned if Prince Philip would die: the umpteenth intercretion (Gala)
The diffusion of the interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had been difficult to live for Kate Middleton . In public appearances that followed, the public had noted that she seemed "slaughtered and sounded" . Katie Nicholl, expert from the royal family had explained, "Kate is so discreet and respectful in his personal life. You never hear about it blurring with anyone because it pays attention to the way it treats others. So that this story circulates is very difficult. »
Oprah Was 'Surprised' Meghan Markle Went 'All the Way There' with Racism Claims in 'Powerful' Interview .
"What makes it powerful is when you have somebody else who is willing to be as open as vulnerable, as truthful as they were," Oprah said about her March 7 interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry . During their March 7 interview, which aired on CBS in the U.S., Meghan and Harry accused the royal family of racism, including "concerns" over their son Archie's skin color and not getting Meghan help when she felt suicidal. (Prince William previously refuted the racism claims during an outing after the interview aired, saying, "We are very much not a racist family.