This is how the royals are reacting to the possibility of another Harry and Meghan tell-all interview

The Palace are nervous over recent photographs of Prince Harry and Meghan visiting Oprah's house last week

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The Royal Family are said to be in "panic mode" at the prospect of Prince Harry and Meghan taking part in another interview.

Buckingham Palace is apparently "panicking" over Prince Harry and Meghan's latest move, according to a royal commentator. 

Last week, some pictures emerged of Harry and Meghan on the way to Oprah's house, sparking speculation that there may be a second interview on the cards.

Royal commentator Daniela Elser claims that the Palace has recently been acting "out-of-character", speculating that they could be in "panic mode" over the latest photographs in case of another bombshell interview.

The Express reported that Elser argued that the first "clue" that the Palace are in "panic mode" is that Prince Charles was "very emotional" when he met Lilibet. She argues that the effusive description of Charles meeting his granddaughter could be seen as damage control.

“It was fantastic to see them. It was wonderful to have them back in Britain,” a senior royal source told reporters of the meeting. 

“The prince and the duchess were absolutely thrilled to see them. The prince, of course, hasn’t seen his grandson Archie for a bit of time and so it was very, very, very special to have some time with him. He hadn’t met Lili, his granddaughter, and so to meet her was very emotional, a very, very wonderful thing.”

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales during a visit to Hay Castle on July 07, 2022 in Hay-on-Wye, Wales.This summer, Hay Castle opens its doors to the public for the first time in its 900-year history, following a major restoration project creating an important new heritage destination, a vibrant new centre for learning and the arts, and a space for the community to come together.

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"Six 'verys' in four sentences that has to be some sort of effusive record," Daniela explained to The Express. "The whole thing reads like the sort of frothy briefing an LA publicist would give a supermarket tabloid, not the sort of fare that normally comes from the royal houses. Ask yourself this: when has a royal mouthpiece ever voluntarily gushed before?"

"The possibility that they might be considering going another round with the billionaire TV host, along with the fact that Harry's memoir is set to be published in coming months, suddenly casts all of this out-of-character make nice in a very different light.

"Basically, are they trying to mollify the Duke and Duchess; a strategy of appeasement via senior aide?"

The first interview with Oprah, where Harry and Meghan revealed some bombshell revelations, shook the Palace to its core. We're pretty certain they don't want a repeat performance...

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