Gayle King, the US broadcaster and friend of Meghan Markle, says the Sussexes would have postponed the airing of their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey if Prince Philip had died.
King claims both Harry and Meghan had a deal with CBS in the US and ITV in the UK to stop the interview being broadcast had the Duke of Edinburgh died while in hospital.
Philip had been in hospital for a month after receiving treatment for a heart condition. It’s been reported the Royal family have been keeping him away from coverage of the interview, including the claims from Meghan that the Royal family are racist after they discussed the potential skin colour of baby Archie.
King revealed the contingency plan on her US radio show, saying, “Well, just so you know, they had done that interview before Prince Phillip went into the hospital.
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“And if something, God forbid, had happened to him, the interview would not have run at this particular time. But the interview…