Looks like Meghan could be doing her first TV interview with Ellen DeGeneres
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It looks as though Meghan Markle could be doing her first TV interview since her decision to leave the royal family with Ellen Degeneres.
The actor turned Duchess has apparently been telling those nearest and dearest to her that she's planning to speak to friend Ellen all about her life since becoming a part of the royal family - and subsequently leaving it.
According to Mail Online, the interview will most likely take place at a "top secret location."
"Ellen and Meghan have already discussed a sit-down interview. That's been in the works for quite some time now," a source from The Ellen Show said.
"[Meghan] said Ellen understands her pain and suffering. That she epitomizes authenticity. [Meghan] feels like they are kindred spirits.
"Ellen getting the first shot at an in-depth interview is surely going to put Oprah's - (and Gayle King's) nose out of joint. After all, Oprah wooed Meghan's mother by having her spend the day in Montecito, wrangled an invite to the wedding and has been pretty vocal in her support of the couple's decision to break away."
Meghan and Ellen first met a few years ago, when both were visiting a dog shelter in Los Angeles.
After meeting the Duke and Duchess again in London last year, Ellen remarked of the unfairness she witnessed surrounding the treatment of Meghan in the UK.
"I see them get attacked and it's not fair," she said at the time.
"They are two of the most down-to-earth compassionate people, they're doing so much good for the world."
The source told the Mail that the interview would be "all hush-hush and most likely at a secret location."
"Ellen has a way of making things happen. Plus Ellen has made it clear to her staffers that Meghan is one of the nicest, most real people she's ever met and that Harry is just the same.
"She would want a sit-down with the both of them together. She wants her fans to see what she already knows to be true. "
Harry and Meghan announced that there were stepping back from their royal duties earlier this month.
It was later confirmed that they would lose their titles and funding from the British public.