Washington [US], May 22 (ANI): American talk show host and television producer Oprah Winfrey, in a recent conversation, defended Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. In a revealing interview with Winfrey, the duo asserted racism and ignored psychiatric needs against the British royal family.
According to Fox News, in recent weeks, Harry and Meghan have been particularly vocal about their lives as members of the British royal family, a rarity for those close to the monarchy.
In March, they made statements of racism and ignored psychiatric needs in a revealing interview with Winfrey.
During a recent podcast episode, Harry criticized his father’s upbringing and accused his family of turning a blind eye to asking for help against public criticism in his series ‘The Me You Can’t See’.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been criticized for their increasingly frequent public statements. It is also due to the fact that the two moved to California last year to try to get more privacy.
Winfrey, however, does not have it and defends his business partner and his wife Meghan.
The 67-year-old author and talk show host said on Friday’s “Today” program: “I ask for privacy and I’m talking all the time. I think I can have a life that doesn’t introduce you to photographers or people who fly over or invading your life is what everyone wants and deserves. ” He said critics of Harry’s vocalization “lack” the idea that he wants to maintain a minimum of privacy as a basic desire. “Privacy does not mean silence,” he added.
The star of ‘The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks’ further shared that Harry and Meghan “have not shared any regrets” with her during their revealing interview.
“I understood what had happened to them and wanted the rest of the world to leave and be able to answer the question: Why did they leave? And I think when the interview was done, people understood it,” he explained.
According to Fox News, Winfrey and Harry worked closely together to develop the Apple TV docuseries “The I Can’t See.” It includes interviews with celebrities and ordinary people about their mental health struggles and how they work to overcome them. (ANI)