Harry and Meghan only have themselves to blame after Oprah interview – Yorkshire Post Letters

From: Marilyn S Shaw, Thornhill, Dewsbury.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their Oprah Winfrey interview.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their Oprah Winfrey interview.

I DID not watch the Oprah Winfrey programme as the trailers had been sufficient for me to see how two bitter people showed just how vicious they could be.

Harry is a total disappointment, and though I thought Meghan was lovely when she came to the UK, I now have a completely different view.

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She is not a team player, nor was she an A list star (unlike Grace Kelly). She has, however, had a big part in a tawdry show and seems to have learnt her lines very well.

The Duchess of Sussex during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Did the ‘‘amazing’’ Oprah ask about her father and half-sister – they are family after all, albeit not royal? Why was there no mention of this as she evidently had disputes with them prior to and after the wedding?

I thought the British public had welcomed her warmly and personally I never read the offensive articles regarding race.

However, it regrettably exists, not only in this country but all over the world, and hopefully this will be addressed in time.

No one has been the subject of more vitriol from the media than Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, but she overcame that with dignity. Meghan has created a can of worms and I do think the American President’s press aide should have shown dignity in not commenting.

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