Trump says he ‘can understand’ Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex

Saturday, 02 Nov, 2019

That year, columnist Rachel Johnson, PM Boris Johnson's sister, wrote in Mail on Sunday that Meghan would contribute "some rich and exotic DNA" to the royal family.

This means that members of the royal family don't spend days looking forward to a turkey dinner with all the trimmings and a dessert table that is beyond compare. These two characteristics of Meghanare only a few of the reasons why this marriage seems peculiar to the previous royal marriages.

In a particularly heart-wrenching clip, Meghan told ITV's Tom Bradby she found media scrutiny she's received, at a time when she was becoming a new mother and making the transition to royal life, very hard. "It doesn't matter who you are in public life, you should never be subjected to that on an nearly daily basis", Lynch said.

"We shouldn't be tearing down women in public life through the press or otherwise".

Throughout that documentary - which adopted the couple's engagement in Africa - Harry defined how he felt Meghan had grow to be a "sufferer" of the tabloid press. "It was once in fact a mammoth evening, and I was once told that she loved it and I'm in a position to hiss you I loved it". At the moment, Harry reported how papers were handling his American-born spouse was reminiscent of the strategy for his mother, Princess Diana.

"While Kate's concerned about Harry and Meghan's well-being, she tries to stay out of the drama."

"I'm told she has reached out to Meghan and spoken to her on the phone", Dampier said.

The comment comes shortly after the pair went on a five-day tour of Pakistan, which forced them to step away from their kids, and the joy of seeing them again when they came back may also be contributing to the desire for more.

Though they're likely to win the legal battle against the British tabloids, the process of doing so will add even more stress in their lives.

For months, there are Negative headlines about the Royal Couple.

In a new interview with The Telegraph, the Duchess opened up about some of her greatest concerns, one of which involved her thoughts on what others think of her.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's portrait is noticeable missing from the table as the Queen, right, greets High Commissioner for Grenada, Lakisha Grant, left, during a private audience at Buckingham Palace, Oct. 22, 2019.