Prince William and Duchess Kate
With Queen Elizabeth on a special
Shortly before the broadcast of the Oprah interview, other royals appear on a special broadcast. William and Kate support the Queen.
A few hours before Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Meghans (39) eagerly awaited, pre-recorded interview with US talk icon Oprah Winfrey (67), Queen Elizabeth II (94) will appear in a special broadcast on Commonwealth Day. She is supported in the television special "A Celebration For Commonwealth Day", which will be broadcast on Sunday (March 7th) on BBC One, according to the "Daily Mail" by six high-ranking royals:
her son and heir to the throne Prince Charles (72) with wife Duchess Camilla (73), grandson Prince William (38) and his wife Duchess Kate (39) and Countess Sophie (56), the wife of Queen's son Prince Edward (56). The latter and Princess Anne (70) are two more of the eight senior royals; they won't be there.
The Oprah interview
In the Oprah interview "CBS presents Oprah with Meghan and Harry", which RTL (from 3 p.m.) and VOX (from 10:15 p.m.) will also show in full on Monday (March 8), it goes according to the teaser and Advance notifications of the short time the Sussex couple worked together for the royal family. Then they withdrew from their royal duties in spring 2020 and emigrated to the USA with their son Archie (1). In the interview, serious allegations are to be made against "The Firm" (Royal Family).