The Los Angeles air appears to have had some beneficial effects on Meghan Markle. More than a year ago, Prince Harry and his wife headed for California with their son Archie to get away from the royal family, as well as the media uproar around their couple since their marriage, which has become unbearable. To the point that, surrounded by cameras around the world, the Duchess of Sussex had come to the point where suicide had become for her the only option to put an end to all this attention, sometimes virulent. Thoughts she had shared in her shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey.
“I just didn’t want to be alive anymore. And they were constant, terrifying, real and very clear thoughts,” she confided, adding that these thoughts came to her while she was pregnant with her son Archie. Months after this terrible confidence, Meghan Markle ensures that she “is much better”, as she assured on the set of Andrew Ross Sorkin in the DealBook Online Summit, Tuesday, November 9. Reassuring about her sanity, the Duchess of Sussex said her condition began to improve when she and Prince Harry walked away from the royal family, thereby relinquishing their status as senior members, and to their royal obligations.
Do Meghan and Harry regret their decision?
A new life in Los Angeles that seems to suit the royal couple perfectly, who last June welcomed their second child, a little girl named Lilibet Diana, whose face has still not been revealed. Not officially presented, unlike her brother Archie, she will surely live away from prying eyes, now that her parents live far from Windsor. This is not to displease the Sussexes, who do not regret their choice at all, they who have suffered from the constant media coverage of their couple, and the many criticisms that have resulted from it. “Even if the last few years have been difficult, sources close to the Sussexes say that neither Meghan nor Harry have any regrets vis-à-vis the decision they took,” said a friend a few months ago.
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