It's been a roller coaster of a day over in England, and the Wild Ride at Windsor continues to send ripples throughout the entire world. Many are wondering exactly what could have lead to the unthinkable; Prince Harry and his beautiful bride Meghan Markle deciding they no longer wish to be tethered to their ties to the royal family. True, it's been reported that there's been much tension between Prince Harry and his brother Prince William. But now, as their drama heats up media mogul Oprah Winfrey's name is being brought up once again.
Page Six reports that last week both Meghan and Harry chalked up the deuces to relocate to Canada, asking for some time away from their obligations as members of the royal family. As of now Meghan and baby Archie are holed up in a mansion complete with a security detail. And Meghan is pretty much keeping a low profile.
While her husband, Prince Harry, continues to grapple with fallout from the pair’s controversial move to rid themselves of their “senior royal duties,” Meghan “mostly stays at home but ventures out around mid-day just to get out,” a source told E! News.
Harry is reportedly set to reunite with his wife and son in Canada at the end of the week.He and Meghan have been ripped for blindsiding the queen and the rest of the royal family with their announcement, which was posted online last Wednesday. But the couple only made the move because Britain’s The Sun was set to publish a front-page story about their plan, a source told US Weekly.
Adding another layer of shock and awe to this drama are allegations that Oprah Winfrey is primed and ready to interview The Sussexes after their royal departure.
Winfrey already caused a stir when it was rumored she provided advice to both Harry and Meghan as they were dealing with the pressures of being a high profile couple. However Winfrey immediately denied those claims and moved on. Now, Fox News reports that Winfrey's team is speaking out on her behalf once again about her involvement with anything related to The Royal Ruckus.
The media mogul is defending herself once again — this time with a denial that she's already planned a sit-down interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
According to Buzzfeed News, Winfrey's team shot down the rumors on Monday that an interview was in the works. Nicole Nichols, chief spokesperson of the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), told the outlet that Oprah was simply "not in discussion for an interview" with the couple. A rep for Winfrey did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
People are seriously gobbling up this family drama like pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving, and this is more than likely just an appetizer to the main course that is sure to be played out within the next few weeks.