Oprah Winfrey is now a sworn enemy of the British royal family.
So while she considers herself to be the queen of the US chat show, it’s about time she shut up when it comes to highly sensitive matters involving the coronation of King Charles.
In yet another attempt to destabilize our monarchy, following his despicable television piece in which he allowed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to utter countless untruths, including fantastic statements about racism, without an ounce of journalistic pushback, he has now intervened in the crisis that surrounds the potential Sussex attendance at the event of great importance.
Speaking on US Breakfast TV, he insisted: “I think they should do what they think is best for themselves and their family.” That is what I think.
‘That’s what the bottom line boils down to: ‘What do you feel is right for you?’
Harry and Meghan have never done what was best for their family, illustrated by the fact that they gave Oprah her nefarious ‘interview’ to settle the score while Prince Philip was literally on his deathbed.
That, friends, is false nonsense.
Harry and Meghan have never done what was best for their family, illustrated by the fact that they gave Oprah her vile “interview” to settle the score when Prince Philip was literally on his deathbed.
And for once, this decision shouldn’t be about what’s right for them.
Of course, it’s only right that Harry and Meghan are at the coronation.
Despite displaying a visceral hatred for the institution and their family members within it, the Duke and Duchess of Woke recently realized that their proximity to the royal family is largely responsible for whether paychecks from Hollywood will keep coming. .
Its shares rise for its payers like Netflix and Spotify, both companies that suffer from ordering too much waking content, if they are seen at one of the biggest royal events in living memory.
But the Sussex sideshow overshadowing the coronation of our new monarch is not at all the right thing to do for Harry and Meghan’s family.
Especially not Prince William, understandably still red-hot with rage over the series of attacks on him published in Harry’s vengeful autobiography Spare, including allegations of violence and harassment, which had all their context removed and whose effect was to cast a shadow over future reputations. king. forever more
But neither is King Charles, whose coronation would be overshadowed by the inevitable drama surrounding every visit by the Montecito Moaners, whom the royals believe are already hatching a stunt designed to steal some of the limelight.
Oprah made the comments on CBS to her best friend Gayle King, another alleged friend of Meghan’s who showed absolutely no interest in the C-list actress while she was a Suits star, but was suddenly in her inner circle at the time. that started. she dating a prince
While Oprah insisted to Gayle that Harry and Meghan hadn’t directly asked her for advice, believe me this early-morning TV intervention, reported around the world, was far from coincidental.
Oprah Winfrey is now a sworn enemy of the British royal family
Meghan is obsessed with America’s TV breakfast, and thinks it’s the best way to lure increasingly skeptical Americans to her shaky cause.
When I was still in the royal family, I remember being told by one of the Sussex Survivors Club members that Meghan was so obsessed with America’s Big Three breakfast hosts on CBS Mornings that the spots were often timed for her. coincided with their shows that aired at 7 am New York time, and their advisers gave special briefings to the famous hosts.
And Meghan hangs on to every word spoken by Gayle and Oprah in particular, whom she considers to be queens of the American celebrity wake-up movement she is so desperate to be a part of.
The message to Meghan from her pair of fake friends came through loud and clear: We need you to be at the coronation so we can retain our own influence as your powerful peers in the American media.
Since Oprah loves to give Harry and Meghan unsolicited public advice that is designed to cause maximum damage to our Royal Family, I’d love to give her a few words of my own wisdom…
It’s cynical, it’s ugly, but that’s how the Hollywood elite have always operated; friendship is rarely genuine, but rather determined by someone’s power and influence.
Oprah made a similar public intervention following the late queen’s death, proving that even a family tragedy is an event she will happily jump into to spread pro-Meghan propaganda if she gives her an authoritative voice at a royal event.
So, since Oprah loves to give Harry and Meghan unsolicited public advice that is designed to cause maximum damage to our Royal Family, I’d love to give her a few words of my own wisdom…
Ms. Winfrey, you have been a rogue player in the Windsor War, allowing a false narrative to spread around the world that the Royal Family was somehow racist.
His lack of journalistic integrity while interviewing one of his close friends did a lot of damage to the late Queen and her husband Prince Philip and while he publicly admitted that neither of them was personally racist, he did not correct the record on the proven falsehoods surrounding to the institution to which they dedicated their lives before any of those great Britons died.
In fact, it was Harry who ultimately recanted the allegations by falsely downgrading racism to unconscious bias during another interview with a close friend, this time ITV’s Tom Bradby, earlier this year.
His advice, both publicly and privately, to Harry and Meghan has been designed to create maximum drama and promote their own involvement in the saga, rather than protect the British royal family, who know they cannot answer publicly due to its constitutional role.
While you might want Harry and Meghan at the coronation because it gives you another chance to insert yourself into this sordid story, it’s not in the best interests of King Charles, Prince William, the British royal family, or the public, who want the focus remain. laser focused on our new monarch and not a tacky and unnecessary distraction.
In other words, Oprah: please stay out of real business.