During the weekend, the Prince Harry And Meghan Markle they drove five minutes from their estate in Santa Barbara’s exclusive enclave, Montecito, to visit the home of Oprah nearby. They arrived aboard a black Range Rover, according to reports, along with Meghan’s longtime friend Janina Gavankar, and were followed by their escort in another Range Rover. According to the tabloid, they spent about an hour behind the gates of Oprah’s house before returning home.
The visit, which took place about 18 months after the couple’s front-page interview with Oprah, led the tabloid to speculate that another bombshell chat may be on the way. But Oprah’s relationship with Meghan and Harry predates the interview, and she was a guest at their wedding in May 2018. Harry’s collaboration with the radio and television legend began with their Apple TV series. The Me You Can’t See.
After an undemanding winter, the couple have spent more time in the spotlight in recent months, with their April trip to The Hague for the Invictus Games and an appearance at St. Paul’s Cathedral for their Jubilee Thanksgiving service. Platinum. But the notoriously reserved couple also opened up more than usual about their private life, sharing photos of their daughter Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor for his first birthday and attending the polo field for matches with Nacho Figueras.
According to theIndependent, their visit to the United Kingdom helped to mend relations with the Prince Charles and a royal source told the newspaper that Carlo e Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall , they were happy to meet Lilibet: «It was great to see them. It was wonderful to have them back in Britain, “the source said,” The prince and duchess were absolutely thrilled to see them. ” The prince, of course, did not see his grandson Archie for a while now and so it was very, very, very special to spend some time with him. He had never met Lili, she was her niece, and so meeting her was very emotional, a truly wonderful thing. “
The pair already have other projects in the pipeline, including a Harry memoir due out this fall and a Netflix docuseries they’re already shooting. Page Six reported that the couple hired the director Liz Garbus, Emmy nominated, to work on the series. The tabloid noted that the director was also present when the couple took a three-day trip to New York last fall with a crew in tow. The couple reportedly missed the documentary crew when they traveled to England for the jubilee, and the initial request for a photographer to capture a photo of Lilibet with the Queen Elizabeth was denied by the palace.
Source: Vanity Fair