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Prince Harry Feels ‘Humiliated’ By Meghan Markle Announcement

The relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is very well known to everyone. There has been a lot of talk about this relationship, and various news has been opened. However, this has not stopped them from being happy together. But this period seems to have been very difficult for the couple, especially for Meghan Markle.

Unlike the prince, she has been the focus of media attention around the world. She is prejudiced about her way of life and her place in the royal family.

According to him, she is a strong, caring, and patient woman. “Always act reasonably and never rush. These are the special things that made me fall in love with her. She is the most important woman in my life after my mother. I love Meghan very much.” says Prince Harry in an interview with Opera Winfrey.

We know Meghan’s complicated relationship with the royal palace. Her life in this palace was not easy for anyone. But love has no limits right? The Los Angeles actress fell in love with Prince Harry and they began to prepare to live together. Many people were against this marriage. But the couple really enjoyed each period of their relationship and they stayed together.

Their wedding was great news that made many hearts happy. But let us not forget that many others were upset by such behavior of the Prince. Their marriage made Meghan an integral part of the royal family and this caused a lot of dissatisfaction. In 2019, Prince and Meghan had their first child and he is named Archie.

Although they are part of the royal family, they were not properly respected by the people, the media, and even their families. But recently news is circulating that Prince Harry feels hurt and offended by these events. What was the reason that made the prince react this way? The prince’s love for Meghan is known all over the world. They are the favorite couple but also highly criticized by all. This has led the couple to leave the royal family and live in privacy in Canada.