Meghan has said that everyone should have a “basic right to privacy” in a previously unseen clip from her and Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The Duchess of Sussex said that people should be able to share what they feel “comfortable” with from their personal lives.
Buckingham Palace is reportedly in “crisis talks” following Harry and Meghan’s tell-all interview.
According to the BBC, “crisis meetings” have taken place involving senior royals following the documentary.
BBC royal correspondent Daniela Relph has said it is “increasingly unsustainable for Buckingham Palace to say nothing” about the couple’s claims.
Winfrey confirmed that Harry had asked her to ensure it was clear neither the Queen nor the Duke of Edinburgh were part of those conversations.
During the interview, which was originally over three hours long but was cut down for TV, Meghan revealed that she had suffered from suicidal thoughts and said that the palace did not help her when asked.
On Tuesday morning, Prince Charles made his first public appearance since the interview was broadcast.
Charles, who was visiting a pop-up vaccination centre in London, was swiftly moved on as a reporter asked him what he thought of the interview.
The couple’s interview, which aired on American network, CBS, on Sunday night, was then played to UK audiences on ITV on Monday night.