It has only been days since the Oprah with Meghan and Harry interview aired and the whole world is talking about it... except the Royal family. Buckingham Palace was quick to investigate bullying claims surrounding Duchess Meghan and just as quick to hide and protect Prince Andrew during the Jeffrey Epstein trial but far slower to acknowledge the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview. 

Prince Charles and Prince Harry's Troubles

Prince Harry spoke candidly but respectfully about his father during the CBS interview with Oprah. The Duke of Sussex revealed that he had had a few conversations with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and his father Prince Charles about stepping down as a senior Royal member before their relationship soured. 

It was then that his father "stopped taking my calls." Harry felt "really let down, because he's been through something similar." Harry may have been referencing the immense criticism the tabloids unleashed on Prince Charles when he was denying the affair he later admitted to having with Camilla Parker-Bowles.

Queen Elizabeth Won't Watch Harry & Meghan's Interview With Oprah.

Prince Charles openly spoke about how much he loathed being boo'd in the street while people cheered for his then-wife Princess Diana. Both Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles (now Duchess Camilla) were deeply hated by the public for what was dubbed "Camilla-gate." 

Luckily he assured Oprah that the pair are back on speaking terms now although he and Prince Charles have "a lot to work through."

Prince Charles Asked About Harry and Meghan During First Appearance Since Interview

A few Royal family members have been making a public appearance since the bombshell interview but for the first time, one of them has been asked about it. 

Prince Charles and his wife Duchess Camilla were visiting a pop-up vaccination center at the Jesus House Church in London today learning about the work. According to Hello! this Royal appearance had been scheduled in advance. 

Duchess Camilla and Prince Charles on 17/02/2021.

What had not had been scheduled was a Royal reporter asking Charles about the interview. One reporter asked Charles, "Sir, what did you think of the interview?" to which he responded by simply "nervous chuckling" according to Entertainment Tonight

Reports by The Times and The Telegraph are speculating on insider information that the Royal family has yet to comment on the interview because they need more time to consider a proper response and hopefully de-escalate tensions by showing public affection for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.