Running for 90 minutes, Meghan and Oprah will take up most of the one-on-one, with Prince Harry joining in further on to offer insights. And while the couple have remained rather tight-lipped about their recent life decisions, they plan to speak "about their move to the United States and their future hopes and dreams for their expanding family," says the press release.
Meghan has received an endless stream of requests, from around the world, to share their story, but it looks as if she was waiting for the right person, that being Oprah. The couple have remained close friends with Oprah since the start of their relationship, following an introduction by a close US-based associate of the Duchess back in 2017.
Not only did Oprah attend their royal wedding in 2018 at Windsor Castle, but she also resides in Montecito, the same neighbourhood where the Duke and Duchess own a home. Back in December, Oprah shared an Instagram video of a gift basket that she received from Meghan with products from Clevr Blends, a coffee company that Meghan privately invested in after her move back to the United States.
Currently, Oprah is also working on a mental health docuseries for Apple TV+ with Prince Harry, that the pair began working on back in 2019 and that will hopefully air later this year.