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- Meghan Markle told a journalist from the Telegraph that she doesn’t want people to love her, and that she just wants them to be able to hear her.
- The Duchess of Sussex got emotional and candid in an interview for the documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey,” and said the negative media attention she receives was difficult to bear during and after her pregnancy, when she was at her most vulnerable.
- Recently, Markle visited a bakery that provides training and employment opportunities to disadvantaged women, and she spoke to The Telegraph about using her platform to help less privileged individuals.
- Markle also expressed that she and Prince Harry were almost entirely preoccupied with taking care of their 5-month old son Archie — suggesting the family won’t be moving to the US anytime soon, if ever, despite persistent rumors that they are fed up with royal life.
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Meghan Markle says she doesn’t need people to love her. She just wants them to be able to hear her.
The Duchess of Sussex, according to a journalist who interviewed her for the Telegraph, has come to terms with the intense, often unfair media scrutiny she receives as a member of the royal family.
Markle has continued to make public appearances, including one at a bakery in London that provides training and employment opportunities for vulnerable women.
“I find that when you strip all the layers away, as people, and especially as women, we can find deep connection with each other, and a shared understanding,” she told the Telegraph.
The Duchess was also recently the subject of a viral clip from ITV’s “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey,” where she looked teary-eyed and thanked the interviewer for asking if she was OK.
At the bakery, Markle said “One of the things I have realised since being here [in the UK] is that people have an expectation when I’m coming somewhere, so I’m like, let’s just be really relaxed, keep everyone nice and chilled, because at the end of the day we’re all just women.”
Markle also said she encouraged Prince Harry to open up about mental health, one of the many progressive causes the two have embraced using their royal platform. At the time she spoke with The Telegraph, Markle said Harry had flown to Japan for his role as patron to the Rugby Football Union. The Duchess was stay
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