Senior royals have “gone out of their way” to make the Duchess of Sussex feel welcome, Standard reports—she said in a documentary that she has found life “a struggle” since marrying Prince Harry.
Senior sources admitted that the Royal Household, with all its formalities, can appear “daunting” but said that both the Queen and Prince Charles had made efforts to include Meghan.
One Palace figure told the Standard: “I know that the Prince of Wales has several times reached out to Meghan.
“They get on and share a love of music too. I know he invited her to a preview of an exhibition at the palace.
“The Queen has been a source of strength too and invited them both to Balmoral where family problems are usually aired.”
In Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which aired on ITV last night, Meghan revealed that “not many people have asked if I’m OK” and admitted that she was finding her new role as a public figure “a struggle”.
In her first on-screen interview since becoming a mother the former Suits actress insisted that she had “no idea” about the level of attention she would face.
Appearing to hold back tears, Meghan admitted feeling “vulnerable” during her pregnancy.
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