Prince William, Kate Middleton will set the Record Straight in first tell-all?

After a series of shocking revelations by Harry and Meghan during their bombshell interview with American talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, Prince Williams and Kate Middleton are planning to appear in a tell-all interview.

According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, allegedly, want to set the record straight about Meghan Markle and other rumors surrounding them. However, no concrete pieces of evidence confirm that these hearsays are correct as of this writing.

According to Life&Style, reports from inside the palace affirm that the Cambridges are looking forward to plan a one-off BBC interview to coincide with their 10th wedding anniversary.

“After Harry and Meghan’s nuclear bomb of an interview, William and Kate feel it’s necessary to get the public back on their side, especially since they’ll one day be king and queen,” a source reportedly claimed to the American publication.

Another source claims that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth is said to support the Cambridges’ interview as she trusts her grandson and his bride implicitly.

The royal insider suggested Wills and Kate’s tell-all will focus on their lives as working royals. “They’ll be honest. They’re the first to admit that theirs isn’t a perfect relationship with a Disney ending,” the source added.