Meghan Markle agrees to tell-all TV interview with Oprah in ‘special’ broadcast
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Meghan Markle has reportedly agreed to a sit-down TV interview with legendary US host Oprah Winfrey.
The Duchess of Sussex is finalising a deal on an “Oprah Winfrey Special”, ITV News reports.
A deal has already been agreed with Meghan and the sides will soon make a public announcement, it is claimed.
It is unclear when it will air or on which broadcaster.
Rumours have long circulated that Oprah would be the first TV personality to interview the departed royal.
She and Meghan are good friends, and the US TV host is thought to have helped her and Prince Harry find a place to stay when they arrived in Los Angeles.
Meghan is likely to address the press coverage she has received since her departure from the Royal Family, according to ITV.
The Daily Star has approached Meghan's representative for comment.
Back in December, Oprah revealed she had received coffee samples from her neighbour “M”, before typing out the letter again with a crown emoji.
She was also invited to the royal couple’s wedding at Windsor Castle in 2018, saying at the time: "I can’t wait to see the goodness that will come from their union.”
The pair met through a mutual friend, CBS breakfast show host Gayle King.
When is Meghan Markle’s due date? How far along is Duchess of Sussex in pregnancy?
The news comes after Meghan and Harry announced they were expecting a second baby.
A spokesperson confirmed on Valentine's Day: “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child.”
Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, will be two years old by the time his younger sibling arrives, as his own birthday is on May 6.
The new baby will be another great grandchild for the Queen and Prince Philip – and will also be eighth in line to the throne.
- Meghan Markle
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