Even before Oprah Winfrey's interview with the British Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle has even aired, it has dominated the front pages of British newspapers.

The couple are not on good terms with the British tabloids, and as expected, not all tabloids are eagerly awaiting the conversation that will be broadcast on the American channel CBS during the night from Sunday to Monday (UK time).

The Prince and Markle are currently living in Los Angeles and are expecting a second child.

The couple have several lawsuits against British sensation magazines, including against

The Mail on Sunday

, which published a personal letter from Markle addressed to her father in 2019.

The same newspaper now writes on the basis of a palace employee that "Britons on Monday only think about the schools that are reopening, their vaccinations and whether Prince Philip gets even better".

The entire interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which will only be broadcast in the UK on Monday night, is

not even considered that important

, according to

The Mail on Sunday

.

'Queen Elizabeth is not going to look'

The Daily Star

is very negative about the interview.

On the front page there is a paper bag with a picture of the couple with black bars in front of their eyes.

"If you

watch

the interview on

ITV

tomorrow

and feel the urge to throw up, feel free to cut out this handy pouch," it says.

The Sunday Times

reports that Queen Elizabeth will not watch "the circus," and

The Sunday Express

writes that Elizabeth is "only concerned with her job and Prince Philip's health."

Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is broadcast in 63 countries.

The American television station CBS reportedly paid between 7 million and 9 million dollars (5.9 million and 7.6 million euros) for the rights of the interview.