Still, in spite of the fact that the press has not always been kind to them, the royal couple is reportedly considering sitting down for a tell-all TV interview explaining their decision. It would be a chance for them to garner further support for their decision.
Tom Bradby, the anchor of Britain's ITV News and a friend of both Prince Harry and Prince William wrote in an op-ed for The Sunday Times that such an interview could be explosive.
"I have some idea of what might be aired in a full, no-holds-barred, sit-down interview and I don’t think it would be pretty," Bradby wrote. The anchor didn't elaborate on what specifically may come out of the interview, or when or where he thinks it may take place.
The British tabloid The Sun suggested that such an interview could involve Oprah. Harry is already working with the famed former talk show host on an Apple TV+ series on mental health, and she reportedly offered advice on how Meghan and Harry could become independent.
Oprah is definitely one possibility, but Bradby himself maybe another. In the past, he's gotten some very candid, personal information from the royals. It was during an interview with him that they got specific about their struggles with the British press.
Of course, bombshell royal interviews are becoming the norm in Britain these days. Prince Andrew's interview with the BBC news show Newsnight, in which he offered details about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, was a blockbuster for all of the wrong reasons.
That interview kicked off severe drama in the royal family the likes of which hasn't been seen in at least a decade. Now, Harry and Meghan have joined in on the fun, and sent shockwaves through Buckingham Palace.
The Queen is reportedly less than pleased with the couples' decision and is holding a series of emergency talks in an attempt to find a way to manage the situation. Prince Harry, Prince William, and Prince Charles are all expected to attend these talks, with Markle phoning in from Canada.
Although it may have left some in the royal family less than pleased, it seems that Harry and Meghan are going to push forward, whether or not the royal family wants them to.