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Royal family in “panic mode” over what Harry and Meghan might be cooking up next with Oprah

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are causing trouble for the royal family again. And by “causing trouble” we actually mean they’re not doing anything untoward or wrong but the palace is freaking out anyway.Related: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle become first British royals to publicly celebrate PrideRumors that the Sussexes are planning another sit-down with Oprah following last year’s bombshell interview began swirling late last month when they were photographed leaving the media mogul’s home in California.And it seems like #PrinceHarry and #MeghanMarkle made sure to tip off the paparazzi about their visit to #OprahWinfrey’s house!

Wonder what they were yup to? https://t.co/CuCRtSwBLc— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) June 29, 2022While there could be any number of reasons why Harry and Meghan were hanging out with Oprah, the palace is now reportedly in “panic mode” that another explosive TV special could be in the works.Related: Gay former British soldier says Prince Harry protected him from homophobic abuseRoyal expert Daniela Elser notes that the Sussexes are “holding some pretty powerful cards,” especially with Harry’s new memoir coming out soon and the palace’s refusal to release its report about those dubious allegations of bullying made against Meghan.

Harry also just won a libel suit against the publisher of The Mail for an incorrect story it ran about him.Related: Check out Prince Harry with his new “budgie smuggler” swim briefsWrites Elser:The problem is that the royal family has left the Sussexes in a position where they really have nothing left to lose.

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