Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey raises as many questions as answers.
ITV will show the couple's tell-all chat in full on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS.
It features a number of extraordinary accusations and heartbreaking admissions which leaves some unanswered questions.
The fallout promises to roll on and on after a string of amazing bombshells dropped by the couple, including allegations of a racist remark over baby Archie's skin tone and claims that Kate Middleton made Meghan cry.
In the interview, Meghan tearfully confessed she suffered suicidal thoughts while she was pregnant with son Archie, accused the royals of being concerned about how dark Archie's skin would be and claiming the Duchess of Cambridge made her cry.
The Royal Family's response
It remains to be seen whether the family will respond with the Queen reportedly not planning on watching the interview.
Prince Philip, 99, remains in hospital after undergoing a procedure on his heart.
The Queen addressed the nation as part of Commonwealth Day, affirming her belief in the need for "communication".
The Archie skin colour claim
Prince Harry said he will never reveal who made the extraordinary statement.
Good Morning Britain's Royal Editor Chris Ship said he was categorically told it was not Philip or the Queen.
Meghan said: "That was relayed to me from Harry, those were conversations the family had with him, and I think it was really hard to be able to see those as compartmentalised conversations."
The damage done
Prince Harry is poised to return to the UK to unveil a statue of his mother Princess Diana next summer.
But what damage has been done to his relationships with Charles and William, and whether they can be rebuilt, remains to be seen.
What did Kate say to Meghan to make her cry?
Meghan said it was Kate who left her in tears over the flower girl dresses, not the other way round as was reported.
Lack of support
Meghan has been critical of the lack of support she received upon getting involved with the Royal Family.
She said: "There was no guidance. There's no class on how to speak, how to cross your legs, how to be royal, there's none of that training.
"That might exist for other members of the family" but said it was not offered to her."
Allegations of bullying
The interview was filmed before the Times revealed serious bullying allegations by a senior aide had been made against Meghan.
It is claimed she drove out two personal assistants and humiliated another, which she denies.
Buckingham Palace has launched an investigation but questions remain about what happened.
Watch the full interview on ITV at 9pm on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS.
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