Great Britain

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry accused of cashing-in on royal brand with Oprah interview

Piers Morgan criticises Prince Harry over timing of Oprah interview

Royal correspondent Rob Jobson explained he sees the Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan and Harry as an advertisement for their ventures in America. Rob Jobson argued that it would “boost their brand” and make them more marketable for companies who want to work with them. Mr Jobson added the pair are “monetising the Royal Family all the time” as it is the only way they are able to get money. 

Speaking on The Royal Beat, Mr Jobson joined other royal experts, such as Victoria Arbiter, to discuss the upcoming Oprah Winfrey interview. 

He said: “They’re monetising the Royal Family all the time. 

“Let's be clear, the reason they are doing Oprah is to boost their brand and get as much attention as possible because that is the power of the buck. 

“The reason they are talking about their private life is because they need to make sure their brand is high and highly visible in America.”

READ MORE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'want to take over' British monarchy

Meghan Markle news

Rob Jobson criticised Harry and Meghan for cashing-in their royal links (Image: PA)

It was revealed that Harry and Meghan have already spoken with chatshow host Oprah Winfrey which will be broadcast on March 7. 

The pairs’ royal patronages given to them by Buckingham Palace were taken off them soon after the news was announced. 

More to follow...

Football news:

Barcelona is preparing a 2+1 contract for Messi. Laporta is looking for a way to sign the stars to convince Lionel of the club's competitiveness
The investment banker analyzed the typical financial mistakes of athletes. And modeled a safe accumulation plan
Guardiola on the reform of the Champions League: Everyone wants to improve quality, and UEFA strives for quantity. We need to ask them to increase the year to 400 days
Hazard has recovered from his injury and will be able to play with Betis. He has not been on the pitch for more than a month
Man City have announced the transfer of 17-year-old winger Fluminense Caiki. It was reported that he will pay 10.5 million pounds
Kudela will challenge the 10-match ban for the conflict with Kamara. Czech lawyers believe that there is no evidence of racism
Vacancy Editor-in-Chief of the Betting section