In the video, Megan talks about the problems she has dealt with as a new wife, mother and duchess whose life has been judged and dismembered by the media and the public since she first began dating Prince Harry.
Tearing back tears, Megan thanked Burby for asking about the impact her pressure had on her mental and physical health.
"Thanks for asking. Not many people asked me if I was okay, but this is a very real thing.
When the reporter asked Megan if it meant that she was wrong and that she was" really " wrestling, the ex-actress just says "Yes."
Following the touching interview, the hashtag #WeLoveYouMeghan took to Twitter, with hundreds of thousands expressing sympathy and support for the 38-year-old Sussex-in-Chief of the Sussex-based project. public scrutiny, especially by the media. Most recently, Prince Harry and Megan have been said to be suing the UK Mail on Sunday for the release of an edited version of a personal letter Megan sent to her father.
The documentary, which will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the Royal Couple's tour of South Africa, which will debut exclusively on ITV on October 20.