Meghan Markle Says

Meghan Markle has announced that she’s finally ready to talk in a recently released extended trailer for her hotly anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The 39-year-old mother claims the Royal Family had previously forbidden her from opening up to the chat show legend and she said that she’s relieved to finally have the freedom and opportunity to speak out now.

In the latest clip, Oprah Winfrey reveals she first approached Meghan for an interview before her 2018 marriage to Prince Harry.

Meghan recalls that she remembered the conversation quite well and that she wasn’t even permitted to have that discussion.

Meghan turned her down nicely and said that maybe there will be a right time, and Oprah asked her what was the right time?

Meghan said that there were so many things there were on the other side of a lot of life experiences that have occurred, and that also that they couldn’t make their own decisions in a way that she couldn’t have said yes to then, and that it wasn’t her decision to make.

Meghan then revealed she found it tough going from living an individualistic life to being in the construct of her husband’s family which she said was difficult to how people would imagine.

Meghan said that after deciding to stand down from a senior Royal Family member, she said she found it liberating to be able to have the freedom and the right to say yes to her friend Oprah at last.

And she explained that she was able to talk and to be able to just make a choice on her own and to be able to speak for herself.

It was the latest bombshell clip to be released ahead of the tell-all interview which will first air in the US before being broadcast on ITV.

The second trailer for the forthcoming show saw Meghan sensationally claim that the Royals had played an active part in perpetuating lies about her and Harry.

The former star announced after Oprah inquired what she thought the Palace would think of her expressing her truth.

Meghan responded that she didn’t know how they could assume that after all of this time they would still just be quiet if there’s an ongoing role that The Firm was playing in perpetuating lies about them.

And, that if that came with a risk of losing things, and that there was already a lot that had been lost.

In the sit-down chat with Oprah, who was a guest at the couple’s 2018 wedding, Harry and Meghan talk about marriage, parenthood and their decision to step down as members of the Royal Family and relocate to America.

There’s probably some truth coming out from both sides, but let’s face it, neither side comes out squeaky clean. All you have to do is look back on all the Royal scandals, and even though Meghan knew what she was up against before she married Harry, doesn’t mean that she was prepared for the reality of it.

And Meghan has every right to express herself in any way she wants, and there’s no need for people to be berating her. However, where is the private life they yearned for or was that just a smokescreen?

They might not quite have the peaceful life they wanted, but at least they’ve got away from the abuse and control of the Monarchy and the media, and you can see that Harry is trying to look after his family.

Meghan Markle met Harry, a man that was not intended for the thrown but had all the complexities that came with it. No privacy, with people telling him everything he had to say and do, and also what to wear.

However, for Meghan, it could be too much for someone that hasn’t been brought up in that environment. And yes, she didn’t have to marry him, but clearly, she fell in love with him, and Harry always wanted to be out of the media, and he should have a say when his wife is being slated across Britain’s tabloids.

Hate them or love them, the Royal Family have had numerous scandals over the years.

Princess Diana, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Andrew and the rest, and it’s always swept under the rug.

Now Harry and Meghan have the opportunity to live their life without restrictions placed on them. Harry has chosen his wife and child over the establishment, and he should be praised for that.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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