Transcript for Prince Harry, Meghan set to air out grievances with royal family
Back now with the royal showdown. Prince Harry and Meghan expected to air their grievances with the royal family. But queen Elizabeth appearing today. Julia Macfarlane is in London. Reporter: Queen Elizabeth taking to television. Hours before her grandson Harry and his wife Meghan would appear in an interview with Oprah. The queen marking the annual commonwealth day. As we celebrate the friendship, spirit of unity, and achievements of the commonwealth. Reporter: With a speech on the challenges of the pandemic. We have also taken encouragement from remarkable advances in developing new vaccines and treatments. Reporter: But no hint of the family drama that everyone is talking about, and taking sides over ever since Harry and Meghan quit royal life. The royal family like all of us will be sitting down to watch this. And waiting to see just how damaging these revelations are. Reporter: Echoes of princess Diana's revealing interview about her tense relationship with the family in 1995. Do you think that was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage? Well, there were three of us in this marriage. So it was a bit crowded. Reporter: Harry tonight drawing parallels with his mother's treatment by the media, and his wife's. My biggest concern was history repeating itself. I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for her, going through this process by herself all those years ago. Because it has been unbelievably tough for the two of us. But at least we have each other. Reporter: They may win some sympathy from Americans. But for the queen, what really matters is what the British public thinks. And she still enjoys widespread respect.
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