Oprah ‘won’t get interview with Royals again as Firm close ranks,’ Lady C claims

Lady Colin Campbell has said she would be "very surprised" if U.S. chat show host Oprah Winfrey gets another interview with a member of the Royal Family.

The Royal expert, who has written several books about the Firm, including one about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, shared her thoughts about the fallout of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’ bombshell interview on YouTube.

Lady C, who was married to Lord Colin Ivar Campbell, said she would be "very surprised" if any Royal on the planet, not just a Royal within the British monarchy, "gives another interview to Oprah again."

She claims that Oprah's interview with Meghan and Harry "blotted her copy," and no other "reputable" Royal will ever speak to her on the record again.

In a video titled, "Lady C REVEALS the Royal Meghan and Harry wouldn’t name + why Prince Albert intervened," the expert said: "I would be very surprised if any royal ever gives another interview to Oprah ever again, well, any reputable Royal.

"I think Oprah has blotted her copy."

Lady C goes on to add that she believes Prince Albert's decision to speak out against Meghan and Harry proves the Royals have "firmly closed ranks."

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Prince Albert, who is the son of American film actress Grace Kelly, gave a rare interview to BBC World News in which host Yalda Hakim asked the Royal about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

He revealed that he "understands the pressure" the couple were under but said Meghan and Harry behaved inappropriately by laying it "out in the public sphere."

Albert II added that their concerns should have been discussed "within intimate quarters of the family" and not on TV.

Lady C claims Prince Albert's decision to speak was thoroughly "thought about" and shows "solidarity" with the Queen.

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The expert said: "Prince Albert is a friend of the Royal Family, aside from being a sovereign in his own right.

"Not only have the general public closed ranks in support of the Queen and the family but so has the establishment and so have the other Royals.

"I know as a fact that the establishment has firmly closed ranks already and that Prince Albert's point of view, and his much thought about intervention, shows solidarity to the Royal Family."

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