On International Women's Day, a bomb fell on the world — CBS broadcasted Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The couple has answered many questions focusing on the main one — why did they trade the UK for Canada and then for the USA and leave behind the duties of members of the royal family? From their wedding, about which Markle said "this wasn't our day, this was the day planned for the world", to the persecution of her family members by the tabloids — everything in this conversation indicated that the patience of these young people had run out long ago.
Previously, any disagreements in the Windsor family could be left inside the walls of the palace, except for the loud abdication of Edward VIII. But the weakness of the monarchy, in comparison with the previous 12 centuries of reign and the arrival of a person who has lived without the insistence of PR managers before, led to this crack. Now it needs to be patched. Could a Netflix series be this patch?