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Queen Elizabeth II To Address UK On Tv On 7 March Before Meghan Markle’s Sit-Down Interview With Oprah Winfrey

On March 7 – the same day as her grandson Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are scheduled to give a sit-down interview on CBS with Oprah Winfrey will air – Queen Elizabeth II will appear on TV to celebrate the Commonwealth.

In a special program that would cover the regular Commonwealth Day service that was canceled because of COVID-19, the Queen’s views would be broadcast on BBC One.

Her presence will come a few hours before Harry and Meghan his wife tell the public why they left the royal family in a decision that supposedly upset the other members.

Last week, Harry and Meghan revealed an “intimate” interview with the US Chat Show Host to show complaints about how the family treated them during their 2018 fairy tale marriage.

Buckingham Palace announced, just over a year after the interview, that the pair had permanently given up royal duties by making intentions to “step back” from their positions.

Last year, in a move dubbed “Megxit” by the British press, the pair moved to the United States and have since embarked on many business projects there, including lucrative connections with the Netflix and Spotify streaming services.

They revealed that they are expecting their second child on Valentine’s Day, and also hit the headlines earlier this month when Meghan won her high-profile privacy lawsuit against a British newspaper company for posting a confidential letter she sent to her estranged father.

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