Thoughts of suicide, racism in the royal family and "taken" passport: what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recounted
In an interview for which American and British channels paid millions of dollars for broadcast rights, the couple spoke about what their life in the palace really was like. The interview has already been called the biggest crisis faced by the British royal family since the death of Princess Diana.
The interview of British Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, shown on Sunday by the American TV channel CBS after a promising announcement, flew around the planet's info space: TV channels around the world paid a lot of money to broadcast it, photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dominate the news of the world publications, and the British press has already called the interview "explosive" and such that "will cause great harm to the royal family."
What did the couple speak about that made the entire world discuss the royal family?