Amid the intense media coverage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship, the Duchess of Sussex hopes that one day the fans will focus on the positive: the love the couple has for each other.
"I hope that the people, the world, will come to the point where they only see us as a couple in love, because I do not wake up every day and identify myself as something other than what I have always been am. "The old presenter Tom Bradby in ITV's new documentary" Harry & Meghan: An African Journey "(via People Magazine).
Part of our love story, "she noted.
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As already The upcoming special aims to give the audience a behind-the-scenes look at the couple's recent royal sou tour.
In the documentary, British journalist Markle also asks how she copes with the lack of privacy and the Ruthless tabloid rumors as a new parent to which the former American actress replied she took "every day as he comes."
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"I think the grass is always greener," explained the former "Suits" star. It's really hard to understand what it's like, I know what it seems, but it's a very different matter. "
Markle said she and Harry – the parents of the 5-month-old son Archie – had talked about being in the limelight and all the negativity that goes with it.
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"I've been saying to H a long time ago that I call it" It's not enough just to survive, "said Markle." That's not the purpose of life. You have to thrive You have to feel happy. "I really tried this British sensibility for a & # 39; stiff life & # 39; to take over. I've really tried, but I think that's what's internally likely to be really harmful. "
Tell Bradby that she would have more understanding of the exam if it were fair.
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"I never thought that this would be easy, but I thought it was fair," said Markle, "and that's the part which is really difficult to reconcile. "
Fox News & # 39; s Stephanie Nolasco has contributed to this report