Meghan Markle's dad is addressing his decision to release a private letter penned by the Duchess of Sussex, which sparked a recent lawsuit filed by Prince Harry against several United Kingdom tabloids. The initiative was launched by the Public Health England, in partnership with NHS, to help people take simple steps to look after their mental health, improve their mental well being and support others.
They discuss the appearance of baby Archie and the emotional day which saw Prince Harry walk in his mother Diana's footsteps in the former Angola minefield.
The family that works together, stays together. "We feel stressed, low, anxious or have trouble sleeping", adds Prince Harry. "We think there's nothing to be done, nothing we can do about it", the royals say in the film.
"This news came as a bombshell not just to the British press pack but to palace aide some of whom are kept in the dark about the announcement", Nicholl explained, adding that prince wanted the lawsuit to be announced before he returned to the United Kingdom following his royal tour of Africa. "It's hard to see how they can continue the way things are going", the user wrote.
The Duchess of Sussex made one royal fan's day by smiling for the camera on the final day of the tour to Africa.
"Nobody in the Royal Family or the Royal Household is supporting Harry and Meghan at the moment".
"These changes are created to best complement the work and responsibilities of Their Royal Highnesses as they prepare for their future roles, and to better align their charitable activity with their new households", the palace said.
On Monday, the couple continued their tradition of rotating the accounts they follow every month, with the theme for October being "community."
Some blamed both Prince Harry and Markle for their recent actions.