Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are "Bruised" And "Vulnerable" Amid Their Sentimental Documentary, Their Interviewer Claims

Date October 24, 2019 13:40

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's documentary has fueled the press's attention.

In the ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, the couple tearfully reflected on the media pressure, Princess Diana, and other gruesome details of their everyday life.

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Tom Bradby was accompanying the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their South-African tour and interviewed them. In Meghan Markle's documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, she revealed that "not many people have asked if I'm ok" while emotionally addressing media pressure.

Talking on Good Morning America about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview, Tom Bradby said:

I knew that everything wasn't entirely rosy behind the scenes, that's true. But all the same, I had intended to turn up, probably doing a more conventional journalistic job. The reality I found was a couple that seemed just a bit bruised and vulnerable.

The novelist also added that he spoke with the couple privately some times before recording the ITV documentary about them.

I said, 'Listen, let's go out and tell the truth as you see it and whatever happens, happens.

Meghan Markle's interview and documentary broke the Internet as she candidly talked about being blindsided by the press as a new royal member.

Some people felt sorry for Meghan, some of them — did not

@Lori Marzzacco:

She knew what she was marrying into.

@Helen Lopez:

Sorry I don’t feel sorry for Meghan. She knew what she was getting into when she married into the royal family. I have always felt sad for Prince Harry and Prince William for them loosing their mother! Just my opinion.

@Meme Juju:

I love Meghan and Harry and he will do everything he can to protect his family.

@Letty N Lilly:

Bless their’s hard not having any privacy and everyone in your business...stay strong🙏

@Hope Brown Eyes:

Can't people just leave them alone.

We do feel sorry for the Sussex couple after listening to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview. Tom Bradby concluded that he hopes Meghan Markle's documentary will encourage members of the royal family, as well as the public and press, to "give them a little bit of space."