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.
In the Interview, Meghan and Harry revealed some of the shocking things, and one of the reasons why they decided to step away from working royals was the constant mistreatment by the British press.
The interview was aired in the UK on March 8 at 9 PM. After the initial shock on the content of the interview on Monday, the focus has now shifted to what the explosive statements and accusations made in the interview will mean for the royal family and monarchy.
Here's what the British newspapers had to say after the interview.
The Daily Mirror used its front page with a headline which says - Worst Royal Crisis in 85 years.
The Daily Mail ran a royal crisis special on the front page on Tuesday. The headline read: What have they done? and calling it toxic accusations.
The Guardian front page headling said "Palace in crisis following devastating racism claim".
The Independent carried a headline saying "Palace faces crisis over racism accusations".
The Daily Express front page said "So sad it has come to this".
The Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph focused its coverage on the US reaction to the interview.