American media royalty Oprah’s interview with ex-royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is set to hit US airwaves in March.Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP; AP Photo/Matt Dunham
Maybe it’s a good thing there’s an entire continent between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the British people.
More than half of all Brits polled by The Sun say they’d change the channel rather than watch Oprah’s upcoming interview with the pair, the outlet reported.
The big television interview is set to hit the U.S. airwaves early next month between the once-royal couple and America’s royalty — Oprah.
But a significant number of Brits say the hotly anticipated sitdown is actually a huge turn off.
And Megxit only made matters worse, with a third of those asked saying their feelings on the pair have gone downhill since they left the United Kingdom, and 43 percent wanting the two to make their split with the royal family permanent.
Just 27 percent of those surveyed said they want to watch Oprah’s sitdown with Harry and Meghan.
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