In an "ITV" documentary about her ten-day trip to Africa, Duchess Meghan (38) acknowledged that she "was not okay" and suffered from the press from her royal role. In the web, the clip is quickly spread from the emotional Duchess. Thousands of users gave Meghan support and encouragement under the hashtag #WeLoveYouMeghan. Journalist Tom Bradby (52), who interviewed Meghan and Prince Harry (35) in Africa for the Doctor, writes in the Sunday Times about his time with the Royals.
The couple suffers from criticism and public life and, according to Bradby, are "injured and defenseless". Meghan told the journalist, "We take it day after day." According to Tom Bradby, she acknowledged that she and Harry currently "exist, do not live." Bradby saw Meghan and Harry as a couple in Africa, "under extreme pressure and sometimes risk breaking it". The moderator further writes that Harry thinks the press has his mother, Princess Diana († 36), on conscience. He was afraid that the story could now be repeated with his wife.
Harry looked "incredibly tired, even burned out"
Bradby writes: "I couldn't help but see how incredibly tired, even burned Harry looked." Will Meghan and Harry all be too much now? The couple now pulls the emergency brake and wants to take a six-week break to come back as a family to regain strength. This is confirmed by a royal insider in the Sunday Times: the deadlines would have been up to mid-November. After that, they want to take "much needed family time."
Is the couple moving to Africa with Baby Archie?
Harry wants Britain "completely abandoned", as Royal is alleged to say in the Doctor. Is the couple going to Africa with Baby Archie? "I don't know where we could live in Africa," says Harry, who likes Cape Town, but admits that a move would be difficult. "With all the problems in Cape Town, I don't see how we can make as much change as we want."
At the same time, Harry says he feels "more like himself" in Africa than anywhere else on earth. Know the world. "The rest of our lives, especially our work, will be focused on Africa," Royal said. As one insider tells the Mirror, Meghan and Harry are currently considering building a house in Botswana. (sorry)
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