Meghan’s interview with Ellen will make Palace ‘dread everything’, expert warns

Meghan Markle’s latest TV interview with Ellen will make Buckingham Palace “dread everything”, a royal expert has warned.

The Duchess of Sussex is set to give another sit-down interview on Thursday, this time on The Ellen Show with Ellen DeGeneres herself.

In the teaser clip of their chat, Meghan recalls the set, where the show is filmed, to audition for roles during her acting career, the Daily Mirror reports.

She speaks about the Ford Explorer she used to drive, which had a key that often stopped working meaning she had to climb into the car through the boot.

Meghan also jokes about how when she was an actress, the security guards at the film set would tell her "break a leg" as she turned up for auditions, and adds: "The drive in today was very different."

During another segment, Meghan revealed that her five-month-old daughter, Lilibet, is teething.

Royal biographer Angela Levin has suggested that the interview will “spark dread at the Palace… because she can be so rude", with the chat expected to be watched by millions.

She went on to describe the Duchess of Sussex as “ruthless” and “desperate for publicity”, while “trying to be a really natural ordinary girl”.

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She claimed to The Sun: "Meghan was acting that everything was wonderful and so funny and isn't she sweet and a bit shy. And it's not going to work really.

“She's desperate for publicity, desperate for people to watch and see her.”

It is her second big sit-down interview since quitting the Royal Family alongside Prince Harry last year and her tell-all talk with Oprah Winfrey in March.

In that interview, claims against the Royal Family were made, including an accusation that an unnamed member had made comments about the colour of their son Archie's skin.

Following the allegation, Prince William told reporters days after the bombshell chat that the royal family is 'not racist'.

The palace also released a statement explaining issues raised in the bombshell interview would be dealt with 'as a family', detailing how Harry, Meghan, and their children were "much loved" members of the royals.

TV host Ellen is known to be a friend of Harry and Meghan's and had been tipped to land the first interview with them after they quit the Royal Family.

However, the Sussexes sat down with US legend Oprah Winfrey for an explosive chat instead.

The Daily Star has approached the Duchess of Sussex for comment.

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