In exciting statements, Meghan Markle, wife of Prince Harry, said in an interview with the famous journalist Oprah Winfrey, broadcast by “CBS” America, that she was “forced to remain silent” after joining the royal family.
Megan added that the royal family did not provide her with protection and refused to allow her to obtain help when she had thoughts of suicide.
Megan stated that she suffered from a mental illness during her time in the royal family, as she developed suicidal thoughts, due to the British media coverage of her person.
“I didn’t want to survive anymore. They were persistent, terrifying, real, and very clear thoughts,” she said.
She added that she had met the royal family and “I said I needed to go somewhere to get help. I said I had never felt this before (…) and they told me that I could not, and that it would not be beneficial” to the family.
Speaking about her pregnancy of her first child Archie, Megan claimed that the royal family “does not want him to be a prince and does not want to provide him with security.” “.
She added that the family tried to silence her. She also spoke about “people inside the organization who did not only fail to protect me from malicious allegations, but also lied to protect others.”
“Once we got married, everything really began to deteriorate, and I realized that I was not only unprotected, but willing to lie to protect other family members. But they were not ready to tell the truth to protect me and my husband,” she added.
The interview, which millions of people around the world have been waiting for, comes amid a sharp dispute between Megan and Harry on the one hand, and the British royal family on the other.
Harry and Meghan, who married in 2018, gave up their royal duties, and the two began a new life in the United States.