Whew, watching the British Royal Family these days is nearly better than watching Netflix's The Crown. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new documentary may have ignited a feud with Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton.
"He sees the pain of his wife and the attacks she faces, and he wants to try to sort it out", a source close to the royal household tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. However, constant attention and scrutiny from the press over the past 12 months has left the couple feeling isolated, frustrated, and angry with several prominent newspapers; leaving the rest of the world to presume perhaps Meghan should have heeded the guidance of her friends. Wendy added. "And you know what girl, Meghan, Meghan don't be surprised at the paparazzi are everywhere".
The educated also talked in regards to the monetary narrate that comes with a royal spicy in a worldwide nation.
A lady who is aware of what she needs!
"Yes, they're each independently effectively off, and they can also toughen themselves there, however is the South African taxpayer all at once paying for the safety, or is the British taxpayer paying for that?" And I applaud her plot-ation on the royal situation.
Asked if Meghan was facing the same media pressures as Diana, Harry replied: "I have a family to protect". Meghan Markle caused a really awkward situation when she went to hug a charity organizer at the One World Summit.
He also added: "But I love him dearly and you know the majority of the stuff is probably - well, the majority of the stuff is created out of nothing".
Mr Khan said: "When it comes to tackling the defining challenges of our time, we achieve more together than we do alone".
New details are emerging about how Prince William is reportedly reacting to a documentary in which Prince Harry said he and William are now "on different paths". "You looked stunning tonight like always".
Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit an Army Canine Centre, where Britain provides support to a programme that trains dogs to identify explosive devices, in Islamabad, Pakistan October 18, 2019.
"You knew exactly what you were doing".
Meghan, 38, told ITV journalist Tom Bradby that her friends warned her from the media in case she marries Harry because it may "ruin her life".
It came after a royal source said William was concerned about his brother and hoped Harry and Meghan were "all right" after the screening of the ITV programme in which they opened up about their struggles.