The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended friend Ellen DeGeneres’ surprise wedding vow renewal ceremony earlier this year.
The occasion was officiated by Kris Jenner and attended by Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Harry and Meghan.
Carlile made an impromptu performance at the ceremony, just days before her Grammy win for ‘Broken Horses’.
But she also shared a moment with the Sussex royals, despite the furore around Harry’s memoir ‘Spare’.
“We talked to them for a long time like British accents, talked about the angiograms,” Carlile told ET.
“They just really felt like normal, decent, good humored people. We just had a great chat.
“I’m not going to pretend that I haven’t seen the hub bub, but I haven’t paid very close attention to it.”
De Rossi also asked Carlile to perform her song ‘The First Time I Saw Your Face’ at the ceremony.
“The absence of Prince Harry and Meghan from Oprah’s recent birthday celebration may say more about the couple’s current state of mind than Oprah’s opinion of them or the royals”, he said.
Amonte added: “To be fair, most attendees at Oprah’s party were celebrities, known mostly as performers and entertainers. The party was also for ‘the 25 most influential women’ so Harry’s presence wouldn’t have been appropriate.
“None of the attendees were purely ‘public official’, as one might categorise Harry and Meghan.
“But even discounting those factors, the couple – or, at least Meghan – may have decided not to attend out of concern for their public image.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK