Oprah means that royal life was “unsurvivaled” for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry within the teaser video for his or her interview!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chatted with Oprah Winfrey about many things they could never really reveal before, and the first teaser for the full sitting interview seems to suggest that royal life was “unsustainable” for the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex! Check out the clip here!

The interview is believed to cover a lot – from Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, to the reasons the couple decided to leave the interview Royal family and move to the USA

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In the teaser clip, Oprah makes it very clear that both Harry and Meghan had agreed that no topic of discussion was “taboo”.

And the host is sure to hold nothing back!

The legendary TV personality’s first question is, “You said some pretty shocking things here. Have you been silent or have you been silenced? ‘

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Fans will have to wait for the entire interview to air to find out Meghan’s answer as it is not in the teaser!

In response to something Meghan tells Oprah, the host says, “Almost insurmountable sounds like there’s a break.”

On the other hand, Harry suggests more of the reason why they decided to leave their titles behind: “My biggest concern was that history would repeat itself. I’m really relieved and happy to sit here and talk to you with my wife by my side because I can’t imagine what it must have been like for her to have gone through this process on her own all those years ago. ‘

He was referring, of course, to his mother, Princess Diana’s own struggles with the British media that ultimately led to her fatal car accident.

This happens roughly two weeks after Meghan and Harry announced they were pregnant with their second child! The two already share a son named Archie Harrison.

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