Prince William was furious over Oprah’s interview with Harry and Meghan, the book claims

According to an updated version of Finding Freedom, an unauthorized biography of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince William will likely not comment on the allegations in Oprah’s interview again.

Prince William He was angry about discussing family affairs in the public domain during Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Heartbreaking interview with Oprah Winfrey, claimed book updated.

Harry and Meghan sat down with the talk show host in March for an extensive conversation that they had Several lawsuits against the royal family.

They claimed there were talks about how dark Archie’s son would be and Meghan revealed she had “suicidal thoughts” during her time at The Firm and claimed she was denied help with her mental health.

Days after the interview was broadcast, William was asked if the royal family was a racist family During an engagement at a school in East London. He replied, “We are not a very racist family.”



Prince William with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at an event in 2018
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Now in the updated version of the couple’s unauthorized biography, Finding Freedom, it is claimed that William was unhappy with the interview.

independent Reports state that the book’s authors write that according to their sources, “William was understood to be ‘outraged’ by the discussion of private family matters in the public domain.”

She also says he will not likely comment on the allegations made in the Oprah interview again.



Harry and Meghan during an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March
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Finding Freedom, originally published last year and written by Omid Scobie and Caroline Durand, chronicles Harry and Meghan’s love story and their brief period as members of the monarchy before they separated to make a new life for themselves and son Archie in the United States.

It will be reissued next week in paperback and will include a new epilogue.

The epilogue also sees the couple’s friends prompt The Queen did not take “full ownership” of the issues They aroused during an interview with Oprah.



Harry and Meghan before stepping down from the royal family
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Following the broadcast of the chat, Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying it was “sad” about the allegations, but added that “some memories may differ”.

In an excerpt from the updated book found in PersonsThe statement, the authors say, “did not go unnoticed.”

The excerpt also said that Harry and Meghan were too Tense of sitting with Oprah But they decided they needed to talk now, or they never wanted to.

She says, “There were a lot of things they couldn’t say [before stepping back from their royal roles]. “







The updated book is said to have been written with the participation of those closest to the Sussexes – however, the pair were not directly involved.

Last month, book publisher HarperCollins said that Conclusion in the paper edition will be shared : “Behind the scenes of Harry and Meghan’s groundbreaking interview with Oprah, the details behind the couple’s move to California (and) the various charitable and commercial endeavors the Sussexes have been involved in since their move and what’s to come with Archewell Productions.”

It will also include: “The couple’s ongoing challenges with privacy and the British press (and) the grief the couple felt over the death of Prince Philip.”

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