Will there be another bombshell interview?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted on Saturday afternoon visiting Oprah Winfrey at her home in Montecito, California.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent about an hour in Winfrey’s $100 million mansion, a source told the Daily Mail, who obtained photos of the couple en route in a black Range Rover.
Harry and Markle, who are close friends with Winfrey, drove from their nearby $14.7 million home with the Prince, 37, behind the wheel in sunglasses and a baseball cap.
Meanwhile, the former ‘Suits’ star, 40, sat in the back looking fresh as she chatted with a friend who appeared to be Janina Gavankar in the front passenger seat.
A car seat was secured in the seat next to Markle, although it’s unclear if she and Harry’s children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, were present for the ride.
Their security detail was piled into another black Range Rover that followed closely.
It is unknown whether their visit to Winfrey’s estate was for business or pleasure, and a representative for the couple did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment.
But the meeting could mean another collaboration lies ahead for Winfrey, 68, and the royals.
The former talk show host’s amazing March 2021 interview with Harry and Markle made headlines when the retired actress claimed members of the royal family had “concerns” about their son’s skin color.
Markle also revealed she had suicidal thoughts after getting married into the family in May 2018 and getting no help from Buckingham Palace.
Harry currently has a $20 million memoir in the works about his life as a royal, although a source told Vidak For Congress exclusively that the tome isn’t meant to be an “fk you” to his family amid his estrangement from father Prince Charles. and brother Prince William.
Harry and Markle have also signed up to Netflix to create a home docuseries. Vidak For Congress reported Monday that they had hired Oscar-nominated leftist director Liz Garbus to lead the project.
The Sussexes moved to the US in early 2020 after resigning from their royal duties.