- The Queen reached out to the nation through a TV broadcast during a commonwealth address
- She asked people to live in unity days before Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah was aired
- It had previously been reported that people from the royal family were slightly unhappy with Prince Harry and Meghan's decision to have a sit-down with Oprah
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The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey has been reported to have caused a fuss back in the UK.
It is understood that a section of the royal family feared the ‘explosive’ tell-all would reignite emotions surrounding Princess Diana’s death.
Now, Page Six has revealed Queen Elizabeth has called for peace and unity within the family. The queen spoke during a Commonwealth address.
The message of unity was aired on BBC and was pre-recorded as a way of observing COVID-19 precautions.
Meghan and Harry's interview was aired on March 7, and in earlier snippets of the much-awaited sit-down, the mother of one who is pregnant with her second child was seen wearing the late Diana’s jewellery as a tribute.
It was a timeless diamond piece that stood out throughout the interview. It had the essence of Diana written all over it and reminded people of how graceful and stylish the late mother of two was before her demise.
She also had on a beautiful, floral designer dress fitted with pretty embroidery that slightly hid her baby bump.
Still on the couple, Legit.ng earlier reported that Meghan Markle revealed that certain members of the royal family showed concern over the colour of her first child's skin before he was born.
The former Dutchess and wife of Prince Harry also disclosed that baby Archie had been stripped of any royal titles and was also not provided with the royal protection that is customary for babies born in the royal lineage.
Many people who had been watching the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry story closely headed online to share the various claims made by Markle in the tell-all interview.
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