Prince Harry has spoken to American TV host Hoda Kotb at the Invictus Games in The Hague in a TV interview that will be broadcast tomorrow where he will talk about the Queen and wife Meghan Markle
Prince Harry has sat down for a TV interview where he has talked about wife Meghan Markle and their secret visit to see the Queen.
American TV network NBC has revealed TV host Hoda Kotb chatted to Harry at the Invictus Games, which are currently taking place in The Hague.
And the big interview will be broadcast tomorrow on Hoda’s morning show TODAY with Hoda & Jenna tomorrow.
In a tweet, the network says the chat covers “the Invictus Games, his surprise visit with the Queen, and life with his wife Meghan Markle.”
A preview clip of the chat will also be released later tonight and will be shown on NBC’s Nightly News programme.
The interview comes after Harry also granted a chat with the BBC yesterday, where he spoke for the first time about his surprise visit to see the Queen last week.
Harry, who met the monarch at Windsor Castle on a secret stop-off before the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, said it was “great to see her.”
He said the Queen, who turns 96 this week, had given some words of support for those taking part – and said she would have loved to be there.
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Harry told the BBC: “She had plenty of messages for Team UK which I’ve already passed on to most of them.
“So, it was great to see her and I’m sure she would love to be here if she could.”
Prince Harry has continued his stay in the Netherlands for the Games, which run until Friday. However, Meghan has now returned to California.
Harry and Meghan’s surprise face-to-face meeting has been viewed as an “olive branch” by royal commentators after a turbulent two years following the couple’s decision to step down as senior royals in 2020.
The pair were absent from the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial service in London last month.
They quit as senior royals and moved to the US in early 2020 for a new life of personal and financial freedom.
But they later threw the monarchy into crisis with a controversial Oprah Winfrey television interview in which the couple accused an unnamed royal of racism against their son Archie before he was born and the institution of failing to help Meghan when she was suicidal.