According to The Sun, the Duchess’ American PR team is allegedly already in touch with some of the major networks in the US and famed chat show host Oprah Winfrey. The royal couple could use a US TV platform to try and secure a better deal with senior members of the Royal Family during talks at Sandringham.
A royal source said: “Harry and Meghan’s people have been reaching out to all the big US networks to explore the possibilities of a sit-down warts-and-all interview.
“Perhaps Harry and Meghan will use this as a negotiating tactic as there is no way the royals want their dirty laundry out in the open.
“Maybe they will get more money if they agree not to talk.”
The source added that the couple wish to “tell their side of the story”.
They continued: “Meghan feels she’s been silenced and is no longer prepared to be muted.
“She and Harry feel the royals have been racist and sexist. Her people are actively exploring opportunities.”
It is believed that Meghan’s PR team have been in contact with ABC, NBC and CBS along with Oprah Winfrey.
The chat show host was a surprise guest at Harry and Meghan’s wedding, and is reportedly in contact with them.
Harry is currently believed to be at Buckingham Palace with his team.
On Saturday, journalist and friend of the couple Tom Bradby admitted that the couple might be considering a “no holds barred” interview.
He said: “I don’t think it would be pretty.”
A source also said that the Royal Family’s golden rule has always been “never complain, never explain”.
They said: “Harry and Meghan want to blow that open as they do with much of the institution which they feel is out-of-touch.
“Harry is incensed at some of the briefing and counter-briefing.”
The Queen was said to be deeply disappointed by the couple’s decision to rush their statement out to the public.
BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond said it is hoped that the talks on Monday will produce a “next step” on the way to defining the couple’s new relationship with the Royal Family.
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed his sadness over tensions with his brother, claiming the two are now “separate entities”.
Prince William hopes matters can be resolved so the royal family can once more play as “a team”.