There was much praise of the couple for sharing their ‘truth’, with little critical analysis of whether the former royal couple’s accusations were rooted in reality.
But there was one honourable exception.
His first-rate reporting included never-before-heard accounts of former royal staff members on the lengths ‘The Firm’ had gone to in order to accommodate Meghan.
There were new revelations that the Queen had even despatched two of her most trusted confidantes, dresser Angela Kelly and lady in waiting Susan Hussey, to help prepare Meghan for royal life.
After viewing the report, high profile CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota admitted live on air that she was questioning whether she still trusted Harry and Meghan’s account to Oprah.
‘Now I’m all turned around. Now I’m all confused. Now I don’t know what to believe anymore,’ she said.
So notable was the broadcast, I immediately tweeted about it because it was the first indication the left-wing US broadcast media might finally be shining a light on the obvious inconsistencies in the interview.
But then a curious thing happened.
The video report disappeared from CNN’s website and was never discussed or broadcast again.