It was 2019. At that time (at least to the public) everything was fine in the royal life of Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41).
The two went on a business trip to Africa with their four-month-old son Archie (now 3).
Royal fans remember this. Because in “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” Meghan Markle complained about her struggles for the first time.
Harry’s wife proclaimed how bad the British press had hurt her with such additions as “Duchess Difficult” or “Hurrican Meghan”. Meghan said at the time that the media pressure would have taken a toll on her mental health.
The former editor of this TV format is now speaking. “This little conversation in South Africa seemed extraordinarily unexpected and shocking,” Chris Shaw told Deadline. “We knew right away we had something very special.”
Xu continued, “I feel so sorry for them. For I think they are in the eye of the most terrible storm and had no intention of landing there.”
In January 2020, “Migist” was officially completed. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live with their two children Archie and Lilibet (1) in Santa Barbara, USA.
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