Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle gave an explosive interview to Oprah Winfrey on Sunday night, revealing much about their struggles with the royal family.

The two-hour special, which aired on CBS, featured Meghan and Harry opening up about mental health struggles, the emotional battle of working with the royal family and the gender reveal for their next baby, USA Today reports.

Host Oprah Winfrey said Monday morning she was surprised about some of the news.

“Even I on the take, you can hear me go ‘woah,’ like, ‘I can’t believe you’re saying this right now,’” she said, according to USA Today.

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So what was said during the interview? Let’s do a quick rundown of the main points. The following takeaways are based on reports by BBC News and CNN. Read those articles for more in-depth coverage of the interviews.

  1. Meghan and Harry made allegations that there were concerns with the royal family about the skin color of Meghan’s baby. The couple did not reveal who started conversations with them about this.
  2. Meghan said Kate Middleton made Meghan cry ahead of the wedding between Meghan and Harry.
  3. Meghan said she felt the loss of her freedom with the royal family. She said her mental health became so bad that she “didn’t want to be alive any more.”
  4. The couple said they still has a good relationship with Queen Elizabeth II. In fact, Harry said he spoke with his grandmother more recently than he has in years.
  5. Harry and Meghan said they felt trapped within the family. Meghan said she lost her car keys, passport and driver’s license for months because she had to turn them over to the royal family.
  6. The couple slammed the British media, saying they’re always reading the headlines about themselves and keeping an eye on the rumors.
  7. Meghan said her one regret with the royal family was believing them when they said she would be protected.
  8. The couple revealed their second child will be a girl.
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For more, visit BBC News and CNN, which both give in-depth analysis of the comments made during the interview.

You can watch the full interview on CBS, too.