Meghan Markle and Prince Harry placed some stringent rules around their bombshell Oprah Winfrey TV interview, leaving broadcasters with a non-negotiable must-to-do-list before they’re allowed to air it, according to a report.
Meghan and Harry had insisted that broadcasters around the world intending to air the interview with TV icon Oprah Winfrey had to accept four conditions first, according to the Australian newspaper.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who revealed during their Sunday interview that the media played a major role in driving Markle to suicide insisted that none of the interviews be edited.
Broadcasters also could not revise in any way a prepared synopsis of the show that had been approved by the couple.
The TV companies were also not permitted to deviate from the series of ads that have been sent to them to broadcast during the chat and were only required to use approved still photos, the report added.