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Under fire: David Letterman has come in for criticism over his 2013 interview with Lindsay Lohan

Under fire: David Letterman has come in for criticism over his 2013 interview with Lindsay Lohan

Under fire: David Letterman has come in for criticism over his 2013 interview with Lindsay Lohan

As befits their status as post-royal royalty, Harry and Meghan this week announced plans for an exclusive sit-down interview with the queen of the celebrity chin-wag, Oprah Winfrey.

While details of the tete-a-tete remain vague, topics for discussion will almost certainly include the news that they are expecting for a second time and their Megxit exile from Planet Windsor.

They will also no doubt have an opportunity to speak about the privileges and responsibilities of their position, and to reaffirm their love for one another and their desire to bring good to the world.


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