Following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to step back from Royal life, many people have been on tenterhooks to find out what went on behind the scenes.

An interview with the couple is scheduled for Sunday, March 7 in the US, with two teasers already released ahead of the broadcast.

While a UK release has not yet been confirmed, i news suggests that ITV will broadcast the interview on a Monday night primetime slot.

What’s the story so far?

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped away from being serving royals in 2020 and made the move to California, where they established Archewell Inc., an organisation aimed at non-profit activities and exploring the couple’s media opportunities.

A deal with Netflix has been signed to develop programmes with the streaming service, while they have also inked a contract with Spotify to produce and host audio programmes.

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However, perhaps the most-anticipated programme the pair will appear in is an interview with Oprah Winfrey, currently scheduled to be broadcast on Sunday, March 7 in the US, which looks set to go into detail over the reasons for the couple to step down.

Anticipation has already been building after CBS, the US network broadcasting the interview, released two teaser clips for the full special. In them, Prince Harry draws parallels between what happened to his mother, Princess Diana, and his wife.

He said: “For me, I'm just really relieved and happy to be sitting here, talking to you with my wife by my side.

“I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for her [Princess Diana] going through this process by herself all those years ago, because it has been unbelievably tough for the two of us - but at least we had each other."

He added: “My biggest concern was history repeating itself.”

When will it be on?

While a UK broadcast date hasn’t yet been confirmed, it is likely much of the interview will make its way online following the US broadcast at 8pm Eastern Time (1am GMT) on March 7. However, i news reports that ITV is set to win the UK rights to the interview, with a bid of £1million.

The newspaper suggests the 90-minute special will then be broadcast on Monday night.