Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are approaching their first wedding year and it has certainly been a whirlwind. Since they announced their engagement in November 2017, all eyes were on the royal couple. Before they reach their annual mark, they had their first child, traveled the world together, moved into their own estate, and separated their household from Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton’s.
Despite the chaos of their lives and the curious eyes of the public – it has been clear all along that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are absolutely for each other, so why were their first few months of marriage so difficult?
Why were the first few months of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marriage so difficult?
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry started their marriage in the middle of “The Markle Debacle.” The Duchess father, Thomas Markle, and sister, Samantha Markle, were relentless with their gossip talks and rumors about her life. Their antics were not only humiliating for Markle, but they also opened the doors to racist and sexist trolls to harass the former actress.
Moreover, Markle had a lot of rumors about her difficulties and attitudes – even though she was simply trying to adapt to a new life, new rules, and new rules as a member of the British royal family. All this and the extra stress of pregnancy have certainly not made the first few months of the wedding of the prince and the duchess easy.
Prince Charles’ marriage advice to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Prince Charles may be the future king of England, but he is also a father and he has been a tumultuous and successful marriage. That is why Prince Charles was the perfect person to give marriage advice to his son and daughter-in-law.
In the documentary film, Prince Charles of 70-film maker John Bridcut claims that the prince reflected on his experience with his unfaithful marriage to Princess Diana, to become a solid supporter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Bridcut unveiled the prince’s marriage advice to his son and his new bride. He explained
His approach would be that you just continue with the work. He would not have added that. His attitude would be that some of the attacks he would feel were unjustified. He would apply himself and just continue with his work and soldier and that is what he did and it paid off. Charles is fully supportive – and could be seen in the very moving way in which he was involved in the wedding ceremony itself, which was actually rather subdued. He does not advertise, but he is a very sensitive man and I have often seen that myself.