A golden prison: Foreign media savage royal family after Meghan and Harry interview

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It is the “bombshell” interview that has made headlines around the world. On Sunday evening, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed all about their unhappiness with the British royal family in an explosive two-hour-long CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Harry and Meghan made revelation after revelation about the problems they had faced within the family.‘A golden prison’: Foreign media savage royal family after Meghan and Harry interview

Meghan detailed allegations of racism, bullying and described her own mental health issues.

The Duke said he had been “cut off” financially by the palace, and that Prince Charles had stopped taking his calls.

‘A golden prison’: Foreign media savage royal family after Meghan and Harry interviewIn contrast, Meghan explained that the Queen had “always been wonderful” to her. Reactions to the interview have not been confined to the UK and US.

Media across the globe reacted to the CBS special, with many making scathing remarks about how the British royal family have once again been caught up in a scandal.

‘A golden prison’: Foreign media savage royal family after Meghan and Harry interviewIn France, Le Monde said the British royal family had “suffered a new crisis”.

Another French newspaper, Libération, also focused on the effect that the revealing interview would have on the royal family, claiming the controversy could “overwhelm” the royals.

‘A golden prison’: Foreign media savage royal family after Meghan and Harry interviewLibération went on to make a series of scathing remarks about the royal family, calling them a “trap,” a “bottomless well from which it is impossible to escape,” as well as a “golden prison”.

The paper said that within “The Firm” every “initiative or personal view is erased.”

The article then went on to describe the tears that the couple shed during the interview and the anger and sense of abandonment that they said they feel on the “other side of the Atlantic”.

Meanwhile, Spanish newspaper El Pais called the interview “one bomb after another for two hours”.

It also underlined how Meghan felt the palace had been “concerned” about the colour that her son’s skin would be.

The article accused the Queen of not wanting to listen to the couple’s cry for help, saying that “unlike the millions of viewers, it is she who has no interest in listening.”

This comes as a host of other papers have reported that the Queen has apparently no intention of watching the interview.

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