The Duke of Sussex has revealed that he warned Meghan Markle about life in the royal family ahead of their 2018 royal wedding — read more.
prince harry revealed he had a “candid discussion” with his then-girlfriend prior to the royal wedding in 2018. Megan Markle About what a long-term relationship with him will be like.
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The Duke of Sussex, who grew up in the British royal family, often hears media attention, but said he “tried to warn” Meghan’s life about possible exposure to the spotlight. “What happened when their relationship became public?
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After meeting on a blind date in the summer of 2016, they dated privately for several months before the news hit the headlines. When asked if she understood the enormity of joining, she said she was “naive.”
“It may sound naive now, but having gone through this learning curve over the past year and a half, I can say very safely that I had absolutely no idea what it was going to be like. But we did,” the loving mom of two said during their engagement. BBC interview.
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Prince Harry admitted he warned Meghan about royal life before getting engaged in 2017
“I think you can have as many conversations as you like and be as prepared as you can be, but we were totally unprepared for what happened next.”
Meghan continued her former fame as an actress suit The media attention she received from their relationship was very different.
“Also, I worked in the entertainment industry, so I think there is a misconception that this is something I am used to.Working before that, I was never part of tabloid culture. I didn’t get too involved in pop culture, and I lived a relatively quiet life.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at their wedding in 2018
“So that was a really big difference from the beginning. And I think at first I was so hit with a lot of misunderstandings that I made the choice not to read anything – whether positive or negative, it was It didn’t work. Instead, we focused all our energy on just nurturing the relationship.”
The issue was brought up again later in the interview about the responsibility Harry felt about asking Meghan to become a member of the royal family and how he always planned to put their relationship first. it was done.
“Of course, that responsibility is basically from day one, or maybe after a couple of months, I know I’m in love with this girl, and I hope she loves me. It was when I suddenly realized I was there.
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“But we still had to sit on the couch and I had to have a pretty candid conversation with her and say, ‘Look, it’s a big deal that you’re letting yourself in.’ It’s not easy for anyone, but I know that in the end she will choose me and I will choose her, so whatever we have to work on together or individually , we are always together as a team.
“She can do anything. Together, we have a lot of work to do. For us, it’s about making sure our relationship always comes first.”
The couple married at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19, 2018 and welcomed two children, Archie and Lilibet. , who currently lives not far from Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.
among their many confessions Bombshell interview with Oprah Winfreythe Duke and Duchess opened up about their struggles with royal life.
Meghan admits she felt very lonely after the facility said she was too oversaturated with the media, as she was only able to leave the house twice in four months. Meanwhile, Prince Harry said he was “trapped” as a senior member of the royal family.
He said: “I didn’t know I was trapped. Then I met Meg and our worlds collided in the most amazing way.”
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