- Oprah Winfrey recently shared her opinion about Prince Harry's decision to be brutally honest in recent interviews
- According to Oprah, Harry's candour has not helped make reconciliation with his family any easier
- Many royal family fans have shared their thoughts on the talk show host's views on the royal family drama
Oprah Winfrey, talk show royalty has recently shared her opinion about Prince Harry and his ongoing drama with the rest of the royal family. In an interview, Oprah expresses that she does not think that Prince Harry's recent interviews are doing any good to help him reconcile with his family.
Responding to a question from Gayle King, her long time friend, who asked Oprah whether or not Harry's decision to bare it all for the public to dissect will help him sort things out with the royal family, Oprah said:
"I don't know if it helps with the Royal Family," reports a Daily Express article.
Meanwhile, in a CBS television interview, Oprah also said that she supports the fact that Prince Harry is being honest and speaking his truth. She also said that this will help other people to speak their truths.
Twitter users have either grown bored with the entire royal family drama or expressed that they did not believe all the accusations Prince Harry was making. Read a few of their thoughts below:
"Maybe the family needs to do some talking, talk to her."
@lab1880 sarcastically wrote:
"honesty in his recent interviews".
Briefly News also reported that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have made headline news back-to-back since they stepped down from royal duties in 2020. Their most publicised interview was with celebrated media personality Oprah Winfrey where the couple shared their supposed disappointing times at the royal palace.
Harry, on his part, has also shown open criticism over how his father Prince Charles raised him claiming that he endured genetic pain growing up. According to him, one of the reasons for wanting out of the royal lifestyle was to 'break the cycle' so that his children do not endure the same struggle.
The chronology of events and his timing have caught the attention of many, with pundits questioning whether the Duke of Sussex is pursuing fame at the expense of his family. Speaking on Good Morning Britain, editor of The Spectator Amber they posit that Harry chose the worst time and approach to talk about mental health.
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