According to his wife, Duchess Meghan, the monarch’s British son, Prince Harry, was unable to answer certain questions on the British naturalization test. “This citizenship test is very difficult,” the 41-year-old said on Tuesday’s episode of his podcast Archetypes.
“I read it and I thought, ‘Oh my God.'” In an interview with actress Pamela Adlon (“Bumblebee”), Megan was like, “I have no idea.”
The British royal family announced in 2017 that American-born Meghan was engaged to Harry, the youngest son of today’s King Charles. At the time, the royal family announced that the former (“Suits”) actress would receive British citizenship. In 2020, Meghan and Harry resigned their royal duties and moved to the United States. According to media reports, Meghan abandoned her efforts to obtain a British passport at the time. He did not comment on this on the podcast.
The 41-year-old talks to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife Sophie Trudeau, 47, in the new episode. Megan tells how they spent the summer vacationing with their kids. “It wasn’t a day when we were wives and mothers with decorations and jewels and dull smiles,” Meghan said. “This is another version of us: wild curly hair and bathing suits and loose clothes and laughing until our bellies hurt, lots of snuggles with our kids and soft girl whispers on the patio, funny as schoolgirls.” Fun.”
With the episode “Good Wife/Bad Wife, Good Mother/Bad Mother,” Megan said she wanted to shed light on how women can break out of socially defined stereotypes.
“Friend of animals everywhere. Web guru. Organizer. Food geek. Amateur tv fanatic. Coffee trailblazer. Alcohol junkie.”