Meghan Markle has granted an interview to Ellen DeGeneres, this would mark the return to television almost a year after the controversial interview she gave to Oprah Winfrey was broadcast.
Prince Harry’s Wife sat down with the famous presenter and revealed several details of her intimate life.
What were Meghan Markle’s revelations on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’?
The hour long interview with Ellen DeGeneres, was free of controversy and the only revelations offered by the Duchess of Sussex were that she will be cooking Thanksgiving dinner, recalled her days as an actress, Harry enjoys the weather in California and Archie didn’t much like the dinosaur costume he wore for Halloween.
The duchess said she and Prince Harry are “happy”.
“We’re happy,” he said of his life in Montecito, California, where the couple now lives.
Meghan revealed that the couple spent this Halloween at home, although their children were not enthusiastic about dressing up.
“Archie was a dinosaur for, maybe, five minutes,” he joked.
She revealed that Lilibet, was dressed “like Flower of Bambi”.
She also shared an anecdote about the early days of her relationship with Prince Harry, when they were still secretly dating.
They went, incognito, to a post apocalypse themed Halloween party, accompanied by Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, who was with her then-boyfriend and now husband, Jack Brooksbank.
When they were keeping their relationship a secret, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, snuck out to a Halloween party. pic.twitter.com/8TD3xT8NBU
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) November 18, 2021
The most hilarious moment of the interview was when Meghan Markle participated in the hidden camera joke that Ellen usually makes with her guests.
Meghan left the studio and was sent off to interact with food vendors on the studio lot while Ellen whispered instructions as to what to say to them in her ear.
A significant portion of the interview was devoted to promoting the Duchess’s children’s book, The Bench. Meghan explained that the book had originally been just a private poem she had written for her husband for Father’s Day.
This is how the interview went, the presenter avoided asking her burning questions that other journalists would not have hesitated to ask her.