Harry and Meghan are said to be keen not to embarrass the Queen in their upcoming TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The ‘tell all’ special, which will air in March, is expected to touch on matters such as #Megxit, their break with the Royal Family, and their new lives in the US.
They will also most probably be asked about their status as Royals, which is currently up in the air.
According to reports, there are plans for Harry to be stripped of his honorary military titles and Meghan is said to be losing her patronage of National Theatre.
The Royal Family is apparently nervous about the interview, which the couple arranged without informing the Queen.
A source told The Mirror: “The Duke and Duchess are no longer working members of the royal family. Therefore, any decisions they make with regard to media commitments are matters for them.
“As non-working members of the royal family, they are under no obligation to inform the Royal Household of such plans.”
Traditionally, tell-all interviews have not reflected well on the Monarchy, especially Princess Diana’s 1995 Panorama special which made headlines around the globe.
The source added: “One only has to look at the previous instalments of the tell-all interview to know these things never end up with a wholly positive experience for any party.
“Everyone will be watching with intense interest.”
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