Meghan Markle shares her devastating experience

Meghan Markle shares her devastating experience Meghan Markle shares her devastating experience

Meghan Markle has been faced with a ridiculous amount of criticism since joining the royal family and – not a big surprise – it has taken its toll on the Duchess. As a newlywed and new mother, Markle finds negativity a struggle.

Meghan Markle shares her devastating experience

Getting married and becoming a new mother is an adaptation for everyone – but try to do that in the spotlight of the media and the public. Add to that the way Markle is criticized for her for every move and you should imagine that it provides some challenging moments.

Meghan Markle admits it has been difficult and has given a taste of the upcoming documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey: “Every woman, especially when she is pregnant, is really vulnerable, so that became a real challenge. And then if you have a newborn, and especially as a woman, it is a lot. “

She continued: “So you add this to just trying to be a new mother or being a newlywed, it’s eh … Yeah, well, I think … and also thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I am ok. But it is very real to go behind the scenes. “

Tom Bradby from ITV asked her if it was’ fair to say ‘not really OK’, because it really was a struggle? And the duchess answered, “Yes.”

Prince Harry feels the pressure of the spotlight, too

While Meghan Markle adapts to royal life, everything that Prince Harry has ever known is nothing to make matters any easier, especially since his mother, Princess Diana, has been harassed by the media. That has made its own interactions with the press in a way that nobody could really understand.

Prince Harry explained to Bradby how the cameras and the spotlight were “the worst memory of her life as opposed to the best.”

Bradby asked: “Do you feel peaceful in a certain way or is it still a sort of wound that celebrates?” And Prince Harry’s perspective is heartbreaking.

He replied: “I probably think a wound is partying. I think being part of this family, in this role, in this job, every time I see a camera, every time I hear a click, every time I see a flash, it immediately takes me back, so in in that respect it is the worst memory of her life as opposed to the best. “

The royal tour was emotional

Prince Harry’s journey made sense because of his deep connection with Africa. He even followed his mother’s footsteps, which was emotional when he revealed that “everything” reminds him of her.

He shared: “Now being here, 22 years later, trying to complete what she started will be incredibly emotional. But everything I do reminds me of her. But as I said, with the role, the job and the kind of pressure that goes with it, I am unfortunately reminded of the bad things. “

He explained during a visit to a street in Angola that was once a minefield where his mother had walked: “It is emotional to find my mother’s steps along this street 22 years later. Here are in this transformed and busy street … shows the enormous impact that clearing landmines has on communities and their future. “

Written by Tommy Kilmer


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  1. I have wondered for a long time what on earth has Meghan done to inspire so much unbridled hatred. And when I read the complaints – none of them sound like reasonable complaints that a fair-minded adult would make. And I thought when people went nuts because she cradled her belly while she was pregnant that THIS had to be the most ridiculous criticism. I feared for the emotional well-being of the baby and prayed for Meghan’s emotional and mental health. And it is AMAZING how calm Archie is after all his parents have had to go through. UK people and press – please, in the name of all things reasonable – STOP. These are human beings. STOP complaining about your taxes that goes to this family. You are not the only people on the planet that pays taxes – WE ALL DO. The little taxes that you pay does not entitle you to this level of meanness. And, I will point out the real problem – Harry didn’t marry a lily-white woman from Britain. Well – he dated plenty of them and NONE of them were the one he wanted to marry. This is 2019. By now, people should be used to people of all races and understand that there is no pure race. Some of you sprouting hate probably have a little African blood in you, too.

  2. I would like to say to Meghan, you have a beautiful family and a man that loves you so much and unconditionally, dont let negative comments get to you, you are a beautiful lady both inside and out. You are the best thing that could of happened to Harry, you have between you produced a beautiful child, Archie, and I hope you go on to have more beautiful children. Obviously being part of the royal family isn’t easy please ignore the negatives just jealous people who have nothing better to do then complain and make nasty comments. You have a beautiful heart just keep on being you xxx

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