Meghan Markle and Prince Harry know their interview with Oprah Winfrey will upset the royals but feel they have nothing to lose and won't hold back, it has been claimed.
New details about Meghan's pregnancy and the couple's split from the Royal Family are to be revealed when their tell-all primetime interview with the chat show queen airs in the US on March 7.
It is said that Meghan, 39, feels "let down" by the Firm and will address the "highs and lows" of her short-lived royal life in a bid to "take control of her story".
But she and Harry, 36, won't be settling scores in a brutal way during the interview, a source has reporttedly said. After being stripped of their last remaining royal patronages a year after quitting life as seniorRead more on mirror.co.uk