Megan Markle has already claimed a bomb in her upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex, along with her husband Prince Harry, were interviewed by Winfrey for a special that CBS plans to broadcast on Sunday.
On Wednesday, the network launched a 30-second promotion, including a fragment of the conversation that will take place between the former actress and the famous TV personality – after the release of earlier videos for preview last weekend.
“How do you feel about the palace when you hear that you are telling your truth today?” Winfrey asks in the last clip.
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Markle appeared to compare the royals with the powerful law firm, which is the subject of a 1993 novel by American author John Grisham, which later became a film starring Tom Cruise.
She added: “If this involves the risk of losing things … there are already a lot of lost things.”
Buckingham Palace officials did not immediately respond to Fox News’s request for comment.
The video is one of several promotions, including one starring Harry, 36, referring to his mother, the late Princess Diana.
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“I’m really relieved and happy to be sitting here talking to my wife next to me,” the royal said in a video released last weekend. “Because I can’t imagine what it must have been like for her [Princess Diana] going through this process on its own before those years. “
The prince continued: “It was incredibly difficult for both of us [himself and Markle], but at least we had each other. “
As the video shows, Harry highlights a photo of her, referring to his mother, Princess Diana, who was subject to strict control during her divorce from Prince Charles and her departure from the inner circle of the future monarch.
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In a third promotion, Winfrey, 67, said “there is no topic beyond the boundaries” in the upcoming interview, and Harry revealed that “his biggest concern was to repeat the story.”
The accusation of “continuing falsehoods” comes on the heels of Markle herself, who is accused of harassment by palace aides during her time as a working king.
“Obviously we are very concerned about the allegations in The Times [of London] following allegations by former officials of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, “a statement from Buckingham Palace in response to the allegations read, confirmed by Fox News on Wednesday.
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“Accordingly, our human resources team will investigate the circumstances set out in the article,” the statement continued. Staff members involved at this time, including those who have left the household, will be invited to participate to see if lessons can be learned. “
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“The royal household has had a policy of dignity at work for several years and does not tolerate and will not tolerate harassment or harassment in the workplace,” the statement concluded.
Stephanie Nolasco of Fox News contributed to this report