This post deals with sexual assault and might be triggering for some readers.
Hundreds of millions of people the world over have now watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 90-minute 'tell-all' interview with Oprah.
It will be the watercooler discussion for days.
There have been headlines and front pages, op-eds and body language experts. Piers Morgan has written a column with lots of capital letters and disparaging nicknames for Meghan. Others have dissected the interview for comparisons to Princess Diana and applaud the couple's 'bravery'.
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There are, of course, plenty of very valid conversations to be had in regards to the Windsors, the privilege and power they hold and the British press and its treatment of Meghan.
But ever since the Oprah interview was announced, the response has perplexed me.
It's everywhere, it's inflammatory, and it's caused the royal family to come out on the defensive with the Queen's television address and an inquiry into Meghan's 'bullying' of staff.
But Prince Andrew is right there.
He's always been right there.
This Harry and Meghan drama is entertaining, for sure. 'Rich, untouchable family airs its dirty laundry on TV' has the promise of a pretty good Netflix drama series.
But have we lost perspective?
No one in this situation is accused of committing a crime.