Harry and Meghan finally achieve privacy by agreeing to interview on Studio 10

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have vowed to continue their lives of privacy by agreeing to be interviewed on Channel 10’s Studio 10 program.

The notoriously introverted Harry and Meghan have spent the last year agreeing to a Netflix deal, a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey and setting up a new podcast in an attempt to avoid drawing any attention to themselves.

After these less than successful attempts at privacy, the couple have finally found the perfect place to avoid getting any attention whatsoever.

Speaking from a locked basement in Buckingham Palace, Harry and Meghan’s media advisor Prince Andrew revealed that he was behind the ex-royals decision to pull out of their Oprah interview in favour of Studio 10.

“Look I’ve always said all publicity is good publicity but turns out that’s not necessarily the case.”

“I think it’s much safer to conduct interviews without an audience to ensure your repetition is kept intact. It’s either that or try to avoid incriminating yourself by detailing your friendship with a known paedophile” said the never-to-be-seen-again Prince.

In a show of goodwill between the Palace and the former royals, the Queen has offered Harry and Meghan a chauffeur driven ride to the Channel 10 studios.


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