HomeWorld NewsUnseen footage from Harry and Meghan's explosive Oprah interview could still be aired – sparking more royal uproar
Unseen footage from Harry and Meghan's explosive Oprah interview could still be aired – sparking more royal uproar
UNSEEN footage from Harry and Meghan's explosiveOprah interview could still be aired – with the potential to spark even more royal uproar.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are understood to have spoken with Oprah Winfrey for a total of three hours and 20 minutes for their bombshell chat – but only one hour and 25 minutes of footage was aired.
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It means there is still one hour and 55 minutes left to show, raising the possibility of further explosive revelations being drip fed by US television.
Harry and Meghan's incendiary interview with Oprah Winfrey has already sent shockwaves through Buckingham Palace.
Meghan, 39, claimed Archie wasn't made a prince after "concerns and conversations" about "how dark" his skin would be when he was born.
She also revealed she had felt suicidal and "didn't want to be alive anymore" after joining the royals.
It comes as…
Prince Harry hit the 'nuclear button' on his family in the interview, insiders claimed
Meghan Markle is reported to have slammed the door in Kate Middleton's face when the duchess tried to apologise over an incident over flower girl dresses
ITV Hub crashed as the interview was broadcast on the UK screens
Oprah revealed Prince Harry insisted the Queen and Prince Philip were not the Royals who expressed concerns about Archie's skin colour
A new photograph of the couple with Archie was released
Thomas Markle will be interviewed on GMB
Harry and Meghan held a private 'exchange of vows' before their wedding
The full transcript of the interview can be read here
But Oprah said there is "so much more" to be revealed.
After the chat was broadcast, the chatshow host said: "This conversation doesn't end here there was so much more that we couldn't fit into this special."
She also shared glimpses of unseen clips while discussing the interview on CBS This Morning, the day after it was aired.
Meanwhile, journalist and broadcaster Caroline Feraday said: "There's a lot more footage that wasn't shown as part of that interview that's still to come so this isn't the end of the revelation.
"It isn't just what was contained in that two hours."
Buckingham Palace is yet to officially respond to the revelations made in the prime time broadcast, although senior royals are said to be "reeling" by the claims.
The Times reported overnight that the Queen had refused to sign off a prepared statement officials hope will ease tensions and show the royal's love for the couple.
The monarch is understood to want more time to consider her response.
Meanwhile, a royal insider told the Daily Mail that Harry had pressed the "nuclear button on his own family" with the two-hour interview, suggesting further clips would only rock the boat more.
A source claimed there was a sense of "intense personal shock and sadness" – with the palace said to be paralysed with "horror and dismay".
And one insider said: "There’s a lot people want to say but no one wins with a tit-for-tat battle."
Concerns have now been raised that this week, all senior members of the Royal Family are expected to carry out public engagements – where they could face questions about the Oprah interview.