Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are scaring off famous people, says expert.
Royal editor Sarah Hewson tells Sky News why the Duchess of Sussex was not invited to Oprah's get-together with influential women around the world.
Ms Hewson said: "It was thought that they had a big cohort of celebrities supporting around them."
Speaking about Oprah, Ms Hewson continues: "It might have been expected the Duchess of Sussex at least would been invited alongside these influential women in the entertainment industry.
"She [Meghan] wasn't there and that has raised questions."
Ms Hewson added: "Whether this pair is [because they are] seen as too toxic, too negative to be associated with, in the public eye at least."
She concluded: "Perhaps behind closed doors, celebrities are still waiting to associate themselves with them."
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