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Queen ‘always carries on’ says Gayle King

The CBS anchor delved into the Queen's life, and how her future without her late husband Prince Philip will be shaped, as part of a new TV special. Her programme came just months after the broadcaster delivered Meghan and Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, who Gayle claims is her best friend. The hour-long broadcast looked "at the Queen extraordinary life and reign", while reviewing some of the "challenges and controversies, romance and heartbreak" that have come during her illustrious reign.

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The 66-year-old is well known for her closeness to Royal Family through her relationship with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which was demonstrated after she spoke out following their interview.

She told the public that Harry and his brother William had spoken after the interview had aired, but talks between the two didn't go anywhere near addressing the issues raised during the chat.

But prior to Harry and Meghan's landmark move to leave their senior royal duties last year, Gayle detailed how the couple would likely live a less "traditional" life while members of the Firm.

As the world waited to find out news of Harry and Meghan's first arrival, Archie in 2019, Gayle was given access to see the baby, alongside other selected members of the British media.

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Gayle King claimed Meghan and Harry could lead 'different kind of life' before royal splitGayle King claimed Meghan and Harry could lead 'different kind of life' before royal split (Image: GETTY)

Gayle King claimed Meghan and Harry could lead 'different kind of life' before royal splitGayle King claimed Meghan and Harry could lead 'different kind of life' before royal split (Image: GETTY)

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Gayle noted how their life could now be formed following the arrival of Archie.

She said: "I think the of what Harry and Meghan can do, because it’s highly unlikely he will be king, they can really live a different kind of life.

"They’re still part of the Royal Family, they love being part of the Royal Family and all that comes with that, but I think it also gives them breathing room for things that aren’t traditional.

"Listen, nothing about their relationship is traditional, and I think that’s a great thing."

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