I will 'always' protect my family, says Prince Harry

Lawrence Kim
October 21, 2019

The clip is a part of the British television channel's documentary, "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey", which will be released in the United Kingdom on Sunday. It follows Markle, Prince Harry and their son Archie on a South African tour.

The following month, in keeping with tradition, their Christmas holiday will be spent with the Queen and the royal family in Norfolk at Sandringham. "As brothers you have good days you have bad days". Shortly after, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their very own Instagram page - likely the brainchild of Meghan, who had her own lifestyle site The Tig - and also saw her launch a series of modern collaborations: she guest-edited the September issue of British Vogue and launched a six-piece capsule collection benefitting the charity Smart Works.

'But look, we are brothers, we will always be brothers. We don't see each other as much as we used to as we are so busy.

With the pressures of spotlight, Harry and Meghan might be seeking relief in Africa. In a recent interview, she confirmed that she has been struggling and was afflicted through her pregnancy.

Asked during an interview for the same ITV documentary about how she had found the a year ago, the American former actress said it had been hard, and that she "didn't get it" when British friends had warned her about tabloid newspapers when she had first met Harry.

"I really tried, but I think that what that does internally is probably really damaging", she explains. There's a part of your life that you lose, & it later dawns on you that you'll never get it back. "I will always be there for him and as I know, he'll always be there for me".

"I'll always be there for him and as I know, he'll always be there for me", Harry added.

"Everything that she went through and what happened to her is incredibly raw every single day and that is not being me being paranoid".

An African Journey, which aired in the United Kingdom on Sunday night, features numerous candid insights into the life of Harry, 35, and his wife Meghan Markle, 38.

Bradby shared that he "couldn't quite shake a sense of sadness, too, at the over powerful impression that this young family, happy in themselves, is struggling to adapt" to a life that makes Meghan feel like she is "existing, not living".

Meanwhile, Harry voiced his desire to leave the United Kingdom and revealed he is considering living in Africa one day.

He has admitted before that in an ideal world he would have liked to have been a helicopter pilot in Africa, where he enjoys the anonymity of being unknown by many people and where he can escape life in the royal goldfish bowl.

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