It was October 2019 when the hashtag #WeLoveYouMeghan went crazy across the internet after Markle made it during the ITV documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which aired in the UK in September of the same year and in the US a month later.
During the interview with the Dukes of Sussex, which journalist Tom Bradby conducted in the documentary about the trip to Africa with her husband Meghan, she first spoke about how complex it was confronting her first pregnancy, especially as a wife and future mother always in the limelight and at the mercy of the media (and not only).
When asked by the journalist, who asked her exactly how she experienced the sweet expectation and how she felt about the (sometimes morbid) attention of the press, Meghan responded visibly moved: “Every woman, especially during pregnancy, is vulnerable . And thanks for asking too because not many people have asked me if I’m alright… I’m not exactly alright as it’s really been a struggle”.
William shaken by Meghan’s words
When the documentary aired in the United States, Meghan’s words sparked the hashtag #WeLoveYouMeghan and several displays of affection for Markle, including those from Monica Lewinski, a former lover of President Clinton who also spent years under media scrutiny.
William also stands out among people shocked by the Duchess of Sussex’s words. That’s what Royal expert Charlotte Griffiths recently said William “nearly burst into tears” when his sister-in-law testified..
The reaction of the heir to the throne, now Prince of Wales, after Elizabeth’s death was confirmed by journalist Rebecca English. “I was told that William saw the documentary live and was really appalled, really upset and really concerned for his brother. It was reported at the time that he was annoyed by those words, but it doesn’t sound like it to me.”
“We always hear this narrative that William is tough and angry at his brother, but things are differentGriffith also stressed that he was not happy that the brotherly bond between William and Harry was repeatedly called into question.
Meghan’s tough time of solitude was also covered years after the documentary about Harry and Meghan in the now famous post-Megxit interview the Dukes of Sussex had with Oprah Winfrey. On that occasion, Meghan even went so far as to admit that she had contemplated suicide while she was five months pregnant.
William and Harry are getting more distant (or maybe not)
Despite William’s emotions at sensing his sister-in-law’s hidden pain, Charles III’s eldest son seems increasingly distant from his younger brother Harry today, or at least that is what many believe.
We write and read anything but maybe about the real relationship between the two sons of Carlo and Lady D the truth lies between the lines the words Harry always said in the documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
“We are brothers. We will always be brothers. We’re definitely on different paths at the moment. But I will always be there for him because I know he will always be there for me,” the Duke of Sussex had clarified, “we don’t see each other as often as we used to because we’re very busy but i love him very much. Most of the rumors were created from scratch. But as it happens between brothers, you have good days and bad days.