Here’s what Meghan Markle texted Oprah Winfrey while the interview was airing

American TV show host Oprah Winfrey has said that Meghan Markle texted her while the interview was being aired
Here’s what Meghan Markle texted Oprah Winfrey while the interview was airing
Meghan Markle in an interviewImage: IANS

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed several extremely troubling experiences during their stay in the last few years with the royal family in the interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday.

Markle, who unearthed many shocking things on the interview, sent a text message to Winfrey while the special interview was being aired. The tell-all interview was pre-recorded and Winfrey had cleared at the beginning of the interview that the questions had not been provided to her or Harry in advance.

According to Winfrey, Meghan Markle texted her about how was the release was going during the airing of the interview

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Well, I haven't really spoken to them since the interview because we're in different time zones. I got a text from Meghan yesterday saying, 'How's it going?' Because she was putting Archie to bed waiting on the West Coast feed and had no idea what was happening on the East Coast,” Oprah Winfrey told CBS This Morning after the interview was aired.

The Popular American TV host further informed that she wrote back “And I said, 'I don't either, from what I can tell it's going well, I know it's airing.' So I will probably have a conversation with them later today.”

The much-anticipated Oprah Winfrey interview with Prince Harry and Meghan was aired on Sunday and had some of the most explosive revelations. According to the Nielson data, the two-hour-long interview was watched by 17.1 million people on CBS, making it one of the most-watched events of the TV season.

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