Are Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Really ‘Bruised and Vulnerable’?

Getting married is stressful under any circumstances, but when you marry someone who comes from one of the most famous families in the entire world, it makes things significantly harder. When Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, she found herself suddenly thrust into a world that she had never before experienced.

Although Markle was already famous in her own right, it was nothing compared to the attention that she was receiving as a royal. The former actress found herself constantly being followed by swarms of photographers, and every move that she made was front-page news.

Markle’s life became an open book, and Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry were the subjects of more than their fair share of negative scrutiny. Things recently got so intense for the royal couple that Prince Harry felt compelled to release a statement out of concern for his wife’s safety.

After a recent documentary, fans are left wondering what will happen next with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Are Markle and Prince Harry really ‘bruised and vulnerable’?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are involved in more than one lawsuit

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the annual WellChild Awards in London on October 15, 2019.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle | TOBY MELVILLE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

The British tabloids are notorious for hounding the royal family, in particular, the senior members such as Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton. Prince William and Prince Harry are definitely well aware of what can happen, as they tragically lost their mother, Princess Diana, over 20 years ago when she was in a fatal car crash as a result of being chased by paparazzi.

According to People, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have filed claims against not one, but two British tabloids for hacking into private voicemails and for unfair treatment against them.

Meghan Markle has been bullied by the press in recent months

It is well-known that Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry value their privacy, and unfortunately, they haven’t been getting much of it lately. The Duchess of Sussex has been bullied by the news media for months now, and Prince Harry is not keeping quiet about how angry he is.

PureWow reports that the tabloids have been bullying Meghan, doing things such as publishing the contents of a private, handwritten letter that the duchess sent to her estranged father: Thomas Markle. It seems that the news media is attacking Meghan Markle every time they get a chance, reporting false stories that have hurt her deeply.

In fact, HelloGiggles even reports that the press fabricated rumors of a fight between Duchess Meghan and Duchess Kate. The tabloids even went so far as to say that Markle was faking her pregnancy with Baby Archie.

The recent documentary about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Most people are well aware of the recent ITV interview involving Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry. According to Express, the royal couple spoke with journalist Tom Bradby, where they addressed numerous issues and even talked about the possibility of moving away from the United Kingdom.

The interview highlighted how difficult things have been for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently, with Markle saying that not many people have voiced concern about her well-being. She even said that she wasn’t aware of how difficult royal life was going to be, and was unprepared for what she is currently experiencing. 

Are Meghan Markle and Prince Harry really ‘bruised and vulnerable’?

To all outward appearances, they definitely are. Bradby stated that he knew that behind closed doors, things were complicated, and he said that it got worse after their tour of Africa.

He went on to admit that he certainly thinks that the couple is ‘bruised and vulnerable’, and acknowledges that they have not had an easy time since they have been married. Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry will always be two of our favorite royals, and we can only hope that they find what they need to make things easier for themselves in the future.