Meghan 'begged me to get her in the tabloids', journalist friend claims

Meghan 'begged me to get her in the tabloids', journalist friend claims

Meghan 'begged me to get her in the tabloids', journalist friend claims

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their Africa tour.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are "entitled" to take time off because they're 'not superhuman, ' the Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed.

The outspoken commentator said Meghan Markle and Prince Harry filmed the documentary as they travelled "in Africa around the poorest of the poor", and accused the Duchess of "carrying on".

He told the Sunday Times newspaper: "All members of the royal family are under a pressure that none of us outside it can possibly imagine".

The royal couple are planning to take a break from royal life for six weeks.

When Meghan and Harry had their engagement photocall, the prince was asked when he knew that Meghan was the person with whom he wanted to spend the rest of his life.

A royal source has suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are considering relocating to the US. From the moment that the world found out that the two were in a serious relationship, just about everyone agreed that they seemed to be made for each other.

'They're not superhuman, ' he explained.

According to the Sussex Royal Instagram account, the duchess has been working with a select group of young leaders for quite some time admiring the work they've been doing to change the world, and the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which Their Royal Highnesses are president and vice-president, partnered with the OYW to award scholarships to inspiring youth. But you can't lay that kind of extra burden on people'.

Harry and Meghan revealed they were willing to move to South Africa in their new ITV documentary.

The 2GB broadcaster took particular issue with Meghan's admission she was not coping amid relentless attacks by some tabloid media.

Speaking to journalist Tom Bradby in "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" the mum to five-month-old Archie admitted she had been naive about the United Kingdom media and was told it "will destroy your life".

Harry and Meghan: An African Journey went to air more than a week ago in the United Kingdom.

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