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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have agreed to do their very first televised interview since they made the decision to step away from their royal duties and move to the United States. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will sit down with Oprah Winfrey on March 7, 2021, to discuss everything from leaving the UK to preparing to welcome their second child together. Aside from the Megxit drama, the interview will also mark the very first time that Meghan and Harry sit down to speak candidly about their personal lives since they announced their engagement (which you can watch in full on YouTube) in 2017, according to The Mirror.
While there have been plenty of rumors that Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, is unhappy with her grandson's decision to live a life out of the ordinary for someone of his upbringing, new information about a phone call that the two shared has shined some light on the truth. Does the queen support Harry and his family? Is she angry with him and Meghan for uprooting their lives and starting anew in Los Angeles, California? Read on to find out.
Prince Harry shared a "harmonious" conversation with Queen Elizabeth
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Believe it or not, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't actually outcasts of the royal family — nor does Queen Elizabeth despise them. In fact, The Mirror reports that the queen and Harry shared a phone conversation in which she wished him the absolute best, and let him know that she's happy for him. According to the report, the queen is "delighted" that Harry and Meghan have "found happiness." An insider also told the outlet that the queen "only wants the best for him and his family," and the conversation was described as "harmonious."
According to the Daily Mail, the report of this alleged phone conversation between grandmother and grandson comes on the heels of the news that QEII stripped Harry and Meghan of their "remaining patronages" after they moved to the States. The couple still plans to live a "life of service," but they will do so in a different way, given the current circumstances.
Things seem to be going extremely well for Harry and Meghan, who recently announced that they are expecting their second child together. There is no doubt that they will travel to the UK as a family of four in the future so that the queen can meet her tenth great-grandchild.