Meghan Markle and Harry’s Oprah interview sees Royals told to ‘hide behind sofa’

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The Royal Family has been told to "hide behind the sofa" as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell interview is set to air.

Meghan and Harry's interview will air next month and Royals have been warned as the interview will be a "tell-all" chat.

The couple stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family and were stripped of their Royal titles this week.

It has been reported their interview with Oprah was recorded on Tuesday and is set to air on March 7.

"Nothing will be off limits" according to Oprah's pals, who say the 90-minute interview will look at loads of unanswered questions.

Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, have reportedly used the interview to "get what they want to say off their chests," reports The Sun.

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex is expecting her second child after she had a miscarriage last year.

In the interview she will be talking about "stepping into life as a royal, marriage, motherhood, philanthropic work".

However, a source has warned Royals: "Time to hide behind the sofa at the palace.

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"Oprah is skilled at getting people to talk about their feelings and bound to take them down a path they’ll almost certainly regret.

"There will be an element of reliving Megxit and airing their grievances. No one benefits from that, but Oprah will get it out of them whether they like it or not."

The explosive interview mirrors Princess Diana's BBC Panorama appearance with Martin Bashir.

Diana spoke about her marital life and treatment as a Royal in the 1995 interview.

The couple are said to have filmed the episode on Tuesday, the same day Prince Phillip was taken to hospital – causing unhappiness within the family.

This week the couple published a statement in response to their titles being removed.

They hit back at the Buckingham Palace statement and said: "We can all live a life of service. Service is universal."

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