Supertalent, businesswoman, philanthropist and America's inner voice Oprah Winfrey covers the March 2018 issue of InStyle US March 2018 issue. Oprah is styled by Karla Welch and lensed byPhil Poynter./ Hair by Nicole Mangrum; makeup by Derrick Rutledge
Editor-in-Chief Laura Brown announced on Wednesday that Oprah was the March cover girl, wearing a Gucci jacket with the word 'loved' scrolled on the jack. "Yes she is," Brown captioned the photo, followed simply by the word "Tomorrow."
In the interview, Oprah puts to rest the discussion about her running for president in 2020. "I've always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it's not something that interests me," she says. "I don't have the DNA for it."
The star, who moved many to tears with her 2018 Golden Globes speech, Oprah admits that she's been criticized on Twitter for not speaking up more on political matters. "I try not to lean into the hysteria. I've heard a lot of Twitter chatter where people have said, 'Where are you? You should be speaking up on these things!' But it makes no sense to speak when you cannot be heard," the star of A Wrinkle in Time tells the magazine. "One hundred and forty characters—that is not how you want to make your mark in the world."