Deal or no deal: Whoopi Goldberg gives Meghan Markle a stark lesson in showbiz diplomacy
It happened on a British TV show, but it also happened on the set of a reality show. “Whoopi”, after all, has been the ‘unofficial’ ambassador to Markle, who is in the process of meeting Markle at Mar-a-Lago as the Duchess is visiting the US.
But before that meeting took place, Markle met “Whoopi” on a British TV show and asked her to “intervene” in her own life instead, because she was not prepared to let Markle go without a fight.
Markle met “Whoopi” in the studio of “Faking It”, a British TV show, at the end of November to discuss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship.
The show was being filmed before Markle and Harry’s historic meeting at the White House.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry became the first members of the British Royal Family to meet the President of the United States. Harry gave a speech about a united Britain.
The Duchess arrived at her husband’s invitation at the White House on Monday, having arrived early in the evening with her mother-in-law and their three children after a two-night stay in Canada.
She wore a very British white dress and the royal family and her entourage were seen chatting and enjoying pizza with Trump and his wife, Melania.
The pair arrived at their first joint event with the president just hours after the Duchess of Cambridge’s appearance at the Canadian royal family’s charity gala and then the Canadian Broadcasting Centre, where she read a book about her new role.
But “Whoopi” wasn’t the main focus of the filming of the programme.
Instead, the show is showing the Duchess of Cambridge’s life after her wedding, her relationship with Prince Harry and how she fell in love with Harry.
The show is also covering the events of the royal family’s visit to the White House.
“It is a life-changing event for the