Reverend Justin Welby, who officiated the wedding, created a comedy scene at the lunchtime reception when failing to recognise the media mogul. The archbishop caused “hilarity among his staff”, according to a report by The Telegraph.
“And you said, ‘I’m sorry, it’s not the right time’.
“And finally, we get to sit down and have this conversation.”
Meghan described the experience of being "able to speak for yourself" as "really liberating".
A recent YouGov poll discovered that few Britons are expected to watch the unprecedented interview.
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Only 11 percent of people said they were “very interested” in watching the interview while 20 percent indicated they were “somewhat interested”.
According to a report by the Mirror, officials at Buckingham Palace “do not have an advance copy” of Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah.
The newspaper said royal aides have indicated that “everyone will watch it at the same time”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will discuss their experiences as members of the Royal Family after stepping back as senior royals last year.
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CBS described the “primetime” programme as “wide-ranging”.
Oprah has been dubbed the “queen of all media” after her endeavours in film and television over the years - and has been ranked as one of the most influential people in the world.
The wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was one of the most celebrated events of 2018 with millions watching around the world.
Meghan and Harry are set to share some incredible insights in their upcoming interview with Oprah, airing in the UK on Monday night at 9pm on ITV.
In a newly released trailer for the Winfrey interview, Oprah said to Meghan: “I just want to say that I called you either February or March 2018, before the wedding, asking would you please give me an interview.