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The TV personality discuses issues of race, gender, her royal wedding appearance and her passion for politics in the rare one-on-one interview with writer Decca Aitkenhead.

"In that political structure -- all the non-truths, the bulls-t, the crap, the nastiness, the backhanded backroom stuff that goes on -- I feel like I could not exist", Winfrey told the magazine. "This is what's happening to people", Oprah told British Vogue.

'I would not be able to do it, ' she said, speaking to British Vogue.

She added: "They're allowing themselves to not just become corroded, but to become hysterical".

"Oprah 2020" took over the internet after Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her impact on the world of entertainment at this year's Golden Globe Awards.

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"I had enough people, billionaires calling me, saying I can get you a billion dollars, I can run your campaign".

Oprah Winfrey wears a made-to-order green jacquard gown with brooch and jewelled shoes by Erdem. Emerald ring with diamond surround by Moussaieff.

Winfrey was one of the 600 guests invited to join the couple inside the chapel and shared on social media that she suffered a wardrobe near disaster in the hours before the wedding when she realised her original dress looked too white in photographs.

Known simply as Oprah to her fans, Winfrey also spoke about attending the wedding of Britain's Prince Harry to actress Meghan Markle in May. "Reverend Curry was right!" she told the magazine. The star also reveals how wedding guest dressing can still be a minefield, even when you're Oprah. Stella McCartney had to work fast and created the pink look we saw on the day.

On a lighter note, she also talked about her appearance during the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex where she nearly (almosttttt) wore a cream dress that looked white. "Answer: "'No, don't risk it". In fact, Oprah told Vogue she nearly committed a fashion faux pas with that dress: She saw a picture of the cream dress being custom made for her by Stella McCartney two days before the wedding and realized it "looked white, not cream".