Meghan Markle Feels The Need To Be “Motherly” Towards Harry As He Was Close To "Complete Breakdown"

Date July 23, 2018

Prince Harry was only a 12-year-old boy when he lost the most important person in his life – his beloved mother, Princess Diana. The royal was brave to admit how hard it was for him to cope with her death.


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He had been hiding the painful emotions in the deepest drawer in his heart for 20 years. It affected his behavior with scandal-hungry tabloids by releasing many headlines about the rebellious prince.

Turning to therapy was the best decision for Harry who felt like he was “‘very close to a complete breakdown.” It helped him to deal with his pain and opening his vulnerable side, which made his wife feel a certain way towards him.

Tell-all biography

In the upcoming biography titled Harry: Conversations with the Prince, a journalist Angela Levin offers a deeper look at the way how the royal dealt with the death of his mother. According to Levin, the feeling of grief, which will perhaps never leave Harry, affected the way his new wife, Meghan Markle, feels towards him.


She thinks the Duchess of Sussex feels like she has to protect her husband. Angela said:

Unlike William, Harry needs lots of reassurance and understanding. Even today he sometimes has an air of vulnerability and sadness.


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She continued, pointing out Meghan’s role in their relationship:

It’s part of what has endeared him to so many people of all ages and types around the world and perhaps why Meghan Markle sometimes feels the need to be motherly towards him.


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