After it was announced this week that the Duke of Edinburgh had been discharged from King Edward VII Hospital, where he had been admitted for almost a month, it was now revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had plans to postpone the transmission of their controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey, in case the husband of Queen Elizabeth II passed away.
This was assured by Gayle King, a friend of Oprah and the former actress on her radio show Gayle King in the House. During the broadcast on Wednesday, the man indicated that the interview was conducted before February 16, the day that Philip of Edinburgh was admitted to the hospital for the first time.
“If something, God forbid, had happened to him, the interview would not have taken place at this particular time. But the interview was done and scheduled before he entered the hospital. But a lot of people have raised that point, ”Gayle said.
“I think Harry and Meghan have been through a lot in the past. Three years exactly and they have really tried to solve it in private, they have tried to get help and nothing has worked, “added the woman. “I think they wanted people to understand a little bit about why they made the decision that they made and what they have been through, and I think they succeeded. I do. I think it was very brave of him and Harry to reveal what they did. It is unheard of, and it has certainly been a bomb, it is word ”
“It was one bomb after another, but I think it was an honest conversation. I hope it leads to a change, “he added.
The Duke of Edinburgh returned to Windsor Castle on Tuesday this week, after spending four weeks in hospital, due to an infection. The queen’s husband received successful treatment for a pre-existing condition.