In the new documentary "Harry and Megan: An African Journey", Prince Harry and Megan Markle reveal the challenges, Newlyweds and new parents are facing it, especially under tight media scrutiny in the UK.
Harry explained that the pressure from the media required constant management. "Part of this job and part of any job, like all, means putting on a bold face and turning your cheek to a lot of these things. But again for me and my wife, you know, of course, there are many things that hurt, especially when most of them are false. But all we have to do is focus on being real and focusing on being the person we are and upholding what we believe in. I Won't Be Abusive
On the penultimate day of Harry and Megan Bradby's tour, he met with Megan alone, who sadly confirmed that she was wrong and had a fight, "Any woman, especially when pregnant, is really vulnerable. So it was really challenging, "Megan explained. "Especially as a woman, she really is, very much. So you add that on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a bride." Then Megan thanked Bradby for asking how he was doing.
"Thanks for asking because not many people have asked me if I'm okay, but it's a very real thing to have behind the scenes," Megan said.
Bradby ended her interview by asking Megan if she could "put up with it and what if she couldn't." Megan replied, "It's not enough to survive with something, is it? This is not the meaning of life. You have to flourish, you have to feel happy and I think I really tried to perceive this British sensibility on a hard top. I tried. I really tried. But I think what he does internally is probably really harmful. "
Megan also explained that the hardest part of all media checks is that it's" just plain false. "
" The biggest thing I know is that I never thought it would it's easy, but I thought it would be fair and this is the part that is really hard to put up with, "Megan shared.