Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘agree to tell-all interview in US with CBS host and pal Gayle King’ – The Sun

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘agree to tell-all interview in US with CBS host and pal Gayle King’ – The Sun

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly agreed to do a tell-all interview with TV star Gayle King after they announced plans to abandon their royal duties.

Yesterday, reports emerged Gayle, the chief anchor for CBS, would grill the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following their shock exit from the British royal family.

Gayle was was invited to Meghan’s baby shower in New York last February and has reportedly become a close pal of the former actress.

The broadcast queen hosted the television special Meghan Markle: An American Princess on CBS a month before their lavish wedding, which she covered for the network.

Gayle previously described Meghan as "very kind."

She added: "She's very generous, and a really, really sweet person" after she attended her lavish baby shower last year.

The Sun reached out to CBS on Friday night for comment.

The news comes as the power couple pursue lucrative opportunities in North America.

Prince Charles reportedly realizes Harry is at the "tipping point" of leaving the family forever and crises talks have ensued.

The couple rushed out a bombshell statement which left the Queen deeply upset after SunOnline exclusively revealed their plans to ditch their royal duties.

Another American powerhouse who has weighed into the royal controversy is Gayle's pal Oprah Winfrey, who has also become friendly with Meghan.

Oprah denied Page Six's report she actively encouraged the Sussexes to build their brand abroad as their shocking plans to leave the country emerged.

However Oprah – who is friendly with Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland – told Entertainment Tonight the couple "do not need my help in figuring out what’s best for them."

Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, have reportedly already trademarked “Sussex Royal” as a brand on more than 100 properties in the UK with an estimated $500 million revenue, says Page Six.

Harry now faces an awkward appearance at Buckingham Palace next Thursday to host the draw for next year’s Rugby League World Cup.

It remains to be seen whether Harry and Meghan will continue to reap the rewards of their royal titles as they pursue financial independence in North America.

Prince Harry's late mom was allowed to keep her title as Diana, Princess of Wales after divorcing Charles but she did lose Her Royal Highness status (RHS).

Sarah Ferguson is still the Duchess of York despite losing her HRH when she divorced Prince Andrew, following THAT infamous toe-sucking scandal in 1992.

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