Gayle King is setting the file straight.
The “CBS This Morning” co-host corrected latest reviews that her greatest good friend, Oprah Winfrey, had performed any half in establishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Los Angeles digs.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just lately relocated to Meghan’s hometown and are staying at a house owned by Tyler Perry. Reports prompt that Winfrey had facilitated Perry opening up his dwelling to the Sussexes, however King mentioned Winfrey had nothing to do with it.
“Oprah didn’t hook that up. Harry and Meghan know people,” King mentioned in a brand new interview with Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday. “Tyler knows people. Oprah knows people, but she did not make that connection for Harry and Meghan to live in Tyler’s house.”
Representatives for the Sussexes and Perry haven’t publicly commented on their dwelling preparations.
The Sussexes marked two main milestones this month, as their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, turned 1 and the couple additionally celebrated their second marriage ceremony anniversary.
King spoke about overlaying Meghan and Harry’s historic marriage ceremony at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.
“Everybody was so excited about the story and for the two of them and for what was to come,” the TV host instructed ET of that whirlwind day.
She added, “They’ve got a little baby, Archie, they’re living in the United States, and I think the fairy tale continues for them and it just makes me happy.”
Both King and Winfrey have been ardent supporters of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. After Harry and Meghan introduced their intention to step again as working members of the royal household in January, Winfrey defended their determin ation.
“I support them 1000%. I support them because I believe that when you have thought about this as long as they have, and even in the queen’s statement ― everyone take note ― where the queen says, this has been going on for months,” Winfrey mentioned on the time in an interview with TMZ.
“I don’t think anybody else has any right to say anything, when a person has sat and thought about what is the best decision I’m gonna make for my family ― and then he makes that decision ― none of us have any right to say anything about that,” the media mogul added.
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