Almost every little girl dreams of marrying a prince in adulthood. They imagine the day they can live in a palace, with everything they could ever want. For Meghan Markle this was indeed a reality.
When the couple met for a blind date, both knew their relationship should be like this. In fact, as the world watched eagerly, Meghan and Harry got married in a lavish royal ceremony in Windsor and emerged out of St. George's Chapel as Duchess and Duchess of Sussex.
Although she made a name for herself as a successful woman Long before the actress met Prince Harry, the wedding in the royal family of Meghan has come to the spotlight more than ever. Although undoubtedly a positive experience, her new life is not always easy.
What are the difficulties Meghan faces in her new role as the wife of a prince, and how does she feel isolated as the Duchess of Sussex?
Meghan's entry into the royal family
Prince Harry and Meghan have been quietly together for months before they go public with their relationship. When they announced that they were a couple, things were already quite serious, and suddenly royal fans and media began to speculate on and anticipate a proposal.
According to Town and Country Meghan and Harry moved closer together, and finally she wore a stunning diamond ring on her left hand, designed by Harry. On May 19, 2018, they made things official when they became husband and wife.
A New Life as a Queen
Within a few years, Meghan developed from being an actress to one of the best photographed women in the world. Her life was suddenly different and moving to England to be with Harry was only the beginning.
Nicki Swift reports that Meghan had to make more than a few changes to become a member of the royal family. She had to close all her personal social media accounts as well as her lifestyle blog The Tig. She is no longer allowed to do things that the rest of us take for granted, such as taking selfies, voting and talking about political beliefs.
Perhaps the biggest change in Meghan's life was that she had to retire from her successful acting career after marrying Prince Harry. And that's not all. According to RSVPlive, Meghan has cut ties with some of her formerly close friends and has trouble knowing who "she can trust".
Does Meghan feel isolated now that she is a member of the royal family?
Meghan stands more than ever in public, and there is no doubt that this is a extremely hard to get used to. According to People, the Duchess is "fighting" with her new life in the limelight.
Although previously known, it now seems that fans and photographers follow her on every move and she gets more than her fair share of criticism. Cosmopolitan even reports that she feels rather isolated in addition to the intensity of Meghan's fame.
She has admitted that the royal life is "not easy" and that she is struggling with the fact that the media and her huge fan base are judging all aspects of her life.
It is true that life as a king almost guarantees a lack of privacy, and Meghan has expressed an interest in living a quieter life, especially now that Archie was born. We hope she does not feel isolated for much longer, and we know that there are many people who love and support her on her journey.