Boris Johnson has said it is “unlikely” that he will record the Duke and Duchess of Sussex bombing interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The Prime Minister laughed before saying he would focus on introducing bumps and economic recovery during a visit to a vaccination center in Brent, north London.
It comes after the Queen allegedly “ignores” the seat that was referred to as the “circus” by royal courtiers.
Harry and Meghan’s television chat with the talk show host has fueled tension within the monarchy but will air in the US on the Sunday before Monday in the UK.
Mr. Johnson said, “Of course I am interested in all sorts of things on the news around the world. I think it’s pretty late in our day so I’ll probably miss it. ‘
Further urged whether he would record the interview: “I think it’s unlikely. We are focused on vaccine adoption and economic recovery. ‘
The Prime Minister said he was focusing on introducing shock and economic recovery during a visit to a vaccination center in Brent, north London (pictured).
Harry and Meghan’s televised talk with the talk show host that fueled tension within the monarchy will air on Sunday evening in the US before it airs on ITV on Monday
The monarch won’t see the program and will instead focus on national issues, the Sunday Times said.
Meanwhile, the Queen’s ghost is said to be “only on duty and Prince Philip,” according to the Sunday Express.
In excerpts from the interview, Meghan criticized the pressures she faced as a working queen, saying it was “liberating” to say “yes” to a request for an interview.
She accused The Firm – as the royal family is sometimes called – of maintaining “falsehoods” about her and Harry.
Royal advisors have also been reported to be “ready to return the favor with new revelations about the couple’s behavior if the monarchy is attacked”.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the reports.
A source who acknowledged that the two-hour interview to be shown tonight in the US and tomorrow in the UK is likely to include more awkward moments, pointed the UK to more important issues
Some members of the royal family will be featured on a BBC One broadcast a few hours before Harry and Meghan in their own TV special on Sunday night.
The Queen, Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Countess of Wessex will be featured on the recorded show titled A Celebration For Commonwealth Day on Monday.
The Cambridges will be in a video call with Dr. Zolelwa Sifumba of South Africa, a frontline health advocate for the rights of health workers.
And Prince Charles will pay tribute to the “extraordinary determination, courage and creativity” of the Commonwealth people during the Covid crisis.
It was last March on Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey when the Sussexes were last seen with their family, and were seated near the Queen, Charles, Camilla and William and Kate.
It was last March on Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey when the Sussexes were last seen with their family, and were seated near the Queen, Charles, Camilla and William and Kate
A few months earlier, they had sent shockwaves across the monarchy by announcing they would be stepping down as working royals.
Buckingham Palace could also question the Duchess of Cambridge in its investigation into allegations of bullying against Meghan, according to the Sunday Mirror, which claimed aides would call Kate as a witness.
Meghan is alleged to have evicted two personal assistants and the staff has been “humiliated” several times. The Sun reported the investigation will focus on the Sussexes’ Australian tour in 2018.
Past and present employees have been invited to speak in confidence about their experiences working for the Duchess. She replied that she was “saddened by this recent attack on her character”.
The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, remains at the private King Edward VII’s Hospital in London, to which he was returned on Friday after a successful procedure for pre-existing heart disease at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London on Wednesday.
The Duke, the country’s longest-serving wife, spent 19 nights in the hospital – his longest stay ever.
The Sussexes have been told to postpone the Sunday broadcast out of respect for Philip.