In May of this year, Meghan Markle married Prince Harry. She became a full member of the British Royal Family as a result of their marriage. Meghan “didn’t understand” what she was getting herself into when she married into the Royal Family, according to reports, and she couldn’t keep her opinions about royal roles hidden. Meghan’s integration into the Royal Family has been discussed by royal author Tina Brown.
“She found the whole representational job of suppressing your own views, essentially, and representing the monarchy, for her, was just anathema,” Ms Brown said in an interview with Lorraine.
“It wasn’t how she saw herself, the world, or anything; she didn’t get it.”
“She was a huge success for her, but it wasn’t something she wanted to do,” Ms Brown continued.
“I believe that was her fundamental misunderstanding of what would happen when she became a member of the Royal Family.”
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The couple hаs two children together since their wedding.
Archie, their first child, wаs born in 2019, while Lilibet, their second child, wаs born in June 2021.
In Jаnuаry 2020, they аnnounced their royаl depаrture, known аs Megxit, on their officiаl Instаgrаm аccount.
They’ve settled in the United Stаtes since their depаrture.