Duchess Meghan: ‘I was told I was the most trolled person in the entire world’ in 2019

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit to Johannesburg

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were interviewed on the Teenage Therapy Podcast for World Mental Health Day, which was Saturday (the interview was pre-recorded). Unlike certain other mental health advocates who just kind of say vague words about “talking to someone,” Harry and Meghan come from a different place. Harry has talked about going to therapy to deal with his issues as an adult. Meghan gives and receives guidance from an assortment of self-help books and “mindfulness” philosophies. And then there’s their personal narratives as two people who have been used, abused, smeared and trolled, at times by members of their own toxic families. Some quotes from what Harry & Meghan told the teen podcasters:

Meghan on internet trolling: “Yes it’s a great way to connect, but it also ends up being a place where there’s a lot of disconnection. I can speak personally too, I’m told that in 2019 I was the most trolled person in the entire world-male or female. Now eight months of that I wasn’t even visible. I was on maternity leave or with a baby but what was able to just be manufactured and churned out, it’s almost unsurvivable. That’s so big you can’t even think about what that feels like because I don’t care if you’re 15 or 25 if people are saying things about you that aren’t true what that does to your mental and emotional health is so damaging.”

Meghan on isolation and online bullying. “Even though our experience is unique to us and obviously can seem very different to what people experience on the day to day, it’s still a human experience and that’s universal. We all know what it feels like to have our feelings hurt. We all know what it feels like to be isolated or othered. And I think that’s why the work you guys are doing here is so important … that people know there’s someone to talk to. You’re not alone in any of it. We’re all figuring it out.”

Harry on how vulnerability is a strength: “Vulnerability is not a weakness, showing vulnerability in today’s world especially is a strength. The more we talk about it the more it becomes normal, and it is normal. It’s very easy to be sucked in and consumed by negativity but we all have a choice to be able to cut that out of our lives. Hate-following has become a thing. We don’t need to do that … for me I made the choice not to read it, not to see it and to remove myself from that and to very much focus on the uplifting and hopeful side which most of that I get from your generation.” He added that meditation also helps him.

Meghan on that part of the 2019 ITV documentary: She was asked by ITV journalist Tom Bradby how she was doing, she was struggling more than the public realized and she said that she was not okay. “I was tired. I was just about to give Archie a bath. I was exhausted. I didn’t think about that answer. I just answered honestly. I was in a moment of vulnerability, because I was tired, because there was no presentation. It was just, here’s where I am: I’m a mom with a four-and-a-half month-old baby and we are tired. But I think the reason it resonated with people is because everyone wants to be asked if they’re okay.” Although the last few months have been difficult for everybody, Meghan said that “a year later I would say yes, I am doing well.”

Harry on that Africa trip: “She was still breastfeeding at the time,” Harry added, as Megan explained that although most people weren’t aware of it, “between every official engagement I was running back to make sure our son was fed.”

[From CNN & People]

When she talked about being the most trolled person in 2019 and yet being mostly on maternity leave that year, I got a flashback to just how insane it was for Harry and Meghan last year. I mean, it feels like so long ago, but the Daily Mail, the Sun, the Daily Express and the rest of the British tabloids were just obsessed with making mountains out of molehills for months and months. It was insane. And social media amplified all of it. Also: go back to their mindset during the Africa tour, with Archie only 4 months old. They were exhausted and trying to do good work, they were being smeared and mocked 24-7 for months… and then the press got crazy-mad at them for dropping the lawsuits at the end of the tour. It was all so dramatic.

Here’s the IG from the Sussexes’ talk – Meghan is wearing a “When There Are Nine” mask to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That was RBG’s answer to the question of when the Supreme Court would have enough women.

Photos courtesy of Backgrid, Avalon Red.

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  1. sara says:

    Imagine what would happen if she wore a simple RBG shirt during some “royal” engagement? Hahahshahagahshs

    • Emily says:

      You can’t see it in this picture but there was another photo of Meghan and Harry published with them standing outside with the podcasters and you can see Meghan’s shirt more clearly. I’m pretty sure she is also wearing a RBG shirt as well!

  2. S808 says:

    Hearing her say it was almost unsurvivable was really hard. I’ll never forget how inhumane the uk treated her doing her pregnancy and postpartum. Those are both such fragile times. Her hormones were bad enough from growing and nurturing a child, for them to INCREASE the abuse she received, even when she MIA, was truly sick. And the RF just let it happen and assisted. I’m sorry but everyone involved is going to hades.

    • Myra says:

      I remember being really stressed out for her. I was trying to figure out what was the end goal here from the UK media. It was all so crazy and everyone who participated in it did not stop to think how outrageous their behaviour was – how racist and cruel it all came across. I’m so glad she left, but I’m still sorry she went through that. It really soured the UK for me that I ended up cancelling a planned trip that year.

      • Harla says:

        @Myra, I too had planned on visiting London and the typical royal tourist sites but no more. That family will not get one penny of my tourist dollars.

    • Yup, Me says:

      I remember being so excited about Meghan and what she would be able to do with her platform, after seeing just a couple interviews and projects from her. Kate was such a disappointment as a “princess” that I was even more excited by Meghan.

      I remember there being times last year when I would wake up during the night, thinking about whatever I was stressed about in my own life and I’d think about Meghan and go “Dear God, the poor woman.” and I would do my meditations and prayers to get back to sleep and send some prayers her way. I cannot imagine the level of stress she must have been under when random people around the world were also feeling stress at the thought of how she was being treated.

    • Nic919 says:

      I agree. I listened to the podcast and if you can’t come out of that without having compassion for what she went through then you are a monster. She’s human and was attacked non stop even when she wasn’t in the public eye. It was very twisted what happened and William deserves all the bad karma for doing this.

    • Bloemheks says:

      I hadn’t really followed the Royal family or Harry and Meghan’s courtship or wedding, but shortly after People magazine started mysteriously showing up every month. There was one issue which was positive and then every month like clockwork Meghan was again on the front page and each time the accusations were more ludicrous and more numerous than the month before.

      I started paying closer attention and became more and more disconcerted, especially since it was obvious she hadn’t just not done anything wrong, but reading between the lines it was obvious she was excelling. Even articles where they tried to argue she broke protocol were so ridiculous they only served as evidence she never actually did. The low-level anxiety at the increasingly vicious attacks was similar to watching Hillary be constantly attacked, but at least it was a life she chose and one she could discard if it became too much. Meghan was trapped. It was when they started making preparations to step away that I really started following them. So glad they got out, but the general hatefulness of a not insignificant percentage of the UK and the US population, including the US president is still deeply troubling.

  3. Belli says:

    She was. And it was devastating to watch. I can’t imagine what it must have done to her emotionally and mentally.

    When she says it was almost unsurvivable, she’s not exaggerating. There are so many people who don’t survive bullying, let alone a bullying campaign on a national scale. And while being pregnant and a new mother too.

    If only everyone involved could face some sort of justice or at least feel some remorse, but I know things will just continue because they were sanctioned at the highest level.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      So true. And you already know there are going to be angry, defensive people shaming her with, ‘poor little rich girl’ or some variation of, “you’re not being beaten, starved, imprisoned, or violated so STFU” just because she said this. Many of them will be the same people who put her (and others) at risk. Some of the same people who strangely, don’t see Trump’s wealth as something that excuses whatever is said about him. People are so quick to use money to justify abusive behavior, when the truth is they try to bully, gaslight, and abuse marginalized people who aren’t rich royals too.

    • Shirley Gail says:

      I trust that it will be most certainly at the Highest level that one day, they will indeed face justice. The abuse was sanctioned by the royal family throughout. ….. and they think God loves them more/most, and that they represent God to the people, so it’s okay to behave like this….have they never read the New Testament?????? Oh, I do have faith they shall be judged, and Petty Betty may/will meet her Maker sooner than the rest. St. Pete’s gonna have a blast, deciding whether or not to let her in!! Will the good she’s done (hmmm, what exactly good has she done, except bring tourist dollars to the country) balance out the bad she allowed to happen to others? I think not. Wish I cold be a fly on the heavenly bodies’ wall when THAT conversation is happening

  4. Noki says:

    I respect her for sharing this,and it does mention that someone else told her that she was the most trolled person. But i also wish she wouldnt give the DM,trolls and Piers Morgon and co. the satisfaction of knowing she is aware of the vile things they say,i would act like i dont even read it.

    • Yup, Me says:

      Pretending not to know is dishonest and doesn’t make way for that vulnerability they were talking about, though. Lying and carrying on is what the Royal Family has been about. Lying and pretending things are not happening is why Will keeps being treated like the golden child as the heir even though, objectively, he doesn’t do much of anything to justify his existence, let alone, improve the world in any measurably noticeable way. Pretending not to notice is the action of people who continue having holidays and relationships with their racist and bigoted relatives and inviting the family pedophile to join.

      No more lying and pretending not to know. It’s a behavior that has created a sick and toxic society.

  5. Darla says:

    I thought about designing something around RBG’s “when there are nine” but then Amy Coney Barrett, and nah. Kinda ruined it. that’s a double edged sword there. Remember what the prophet Taylor Swift wrote (LOL I just like saying stuff like that it cracks me up, no but really read the line) “Women like hunting witches too, doing your dirtiest work for you”.

    And that’s kinda a specialty of the facist right, right? They love getting a woman to oppress women, and the same with racial minorities, oh they love that one too. It was a great quote, but it doesn’t stand up now. Not for me.

    • Bloemheks says:

      It’s a function of the benevolent patriarchy. Support the status quo, keep other women in line and you’ll be rewarded.

  6. Islandgirl says:

    I am sure that the fact that the narrative which constantly fed the tabloids and the trolls came from family and the courtiers who were supposed to support them was the deepest cut of all.
    I don’t know if I could ever forgive something like that but maybe Harry and Meghan can.

    No wonder the family and the courtiers were breathing a sigh of relief after Finding Freedom came out.

    That family literally put Harry and Meghan in mortal danger…it only takes one psycho…..

  7. Digital Unicorn says:

    True true and true – I hope their lawsuit bears fruit in that the disgusting UK press are forced to change, but i guess i live in hope of that happening.

  8. Amy Bee says:

    It was ridiculous how the press went after her during her pregnancy and maternity leave. The press now want to deny that she was the most trolled person last year. Another thing was how crazy it was for the Royal Family to send Harry and Meghan out on tour, four months after Archie was born. It just goes to show that the Palace really didn’t care about Meghan’s or Harry’s well being and they truly were unprotected.

    • lanne says:

      And they sent them on tour 2 months before the birth of Archie. I’m convinced they were doing everything they could during her pregnancy to cause a miscarriage. All the nonsense with her father, asking them to go on tour in February, all the white tears BS with making Kate cry after the South Pacific tour and the tiara drama. These people wanted to have blood on their hands–perhaps they figured a miscarriage (which would prevent African blood being 7 steps from the throne) could cause problems between her and Harry and hasten her departure. I can imagine those noasty courtiers cooking up plns like this. Well, it backfired. Immensely.

      • Amy Bee says:

        I believe they wanted her to miscarry also for the same reasons you mentioned. I don’t know how anyone can deny that now.

    • Bloemheks says:

      Meanwhile, Kate is endlessly praised when she disappears for months or even years whenever she gives birth.

  9. Merricat says:

    Yes, I really lost all respect for the BRF when they allowed these venomous attacks on a pregnant woman. Good grief. Kate, especially, should have been a better human during all this. The fact that she wasn’t turned me against her, too.

    • Ginger says:

      The fact that Kate apparently champions new mothers and babies is mind blowing. She is a truly awful person that doesn’t care about the mental health of her SIL or Nephew.

      • Nic919 says:

        Her interview where she threw Meghan under the bus for not presenting her baby really earned her a place in hell. She knew exactly what she was saying.

  10. Sofia says:

    Most of us thought that the smear campaign and the tabloid articles were horrible and we’re not the ones who the articles are about. We’re just seeing them. So imagine what it would have felt like being the subject of said articles like Meghan is/was. I can’t imagine what it feels like thinking an entire country (or even the world) hates you when they simply don’t – it’s a loud minority who is driving this.

    I know there’s a common perception of the Sussexes being “unbothered” by it all but I don’t think they were and to see them say it, should serve a good reminder to everyone (not just haters but fans too) that at the end of the day, the Sussexes are human beings with actual feelings and thinking millions of people hate you (when they don’t) is not an easy thing to just “shrug off” – no matter how much you try.

  11. Becks1 says:

    It really was so devastating to watch as a third party – the constant attacks. I can’t imagine how hard it was to live through it.

    I do think the maternity leave and extended break from public work may have helped solidify their choice to walk away – in that they realized it didn’t matter if Meghan was seen publicly, or if she went quiet for a while (which the haters insisted she would never do – she was such an “attention seeker” remember) – she was torn apart in the press no matter what. If you’re going to be treated like that when youre trying to play be the royal rules, you might as well walk away and life life on your own terms if you can.

    It is really hard though to hear how it affected them. I’m glad they’re being so open about it, maybe it will make even one person think twice before attacking them on twitter etc.

    • lanne says:

      No man would allow his wife to be treated like this by his family. It was his family that was the problem–I’m talking about that basic fact, I’m not appealing to “male chivalry.” Harry did what he had to do–remove his loved ones from a dangerous situation. The fact that the RF thinks it’s perfectly acceptable for a man to sacrifice his wife and chidren for the sake of his older brother is a fucked up interpretation of duty. No therapist would advise anyone to stay in that toxic situation. I can’t imagine my family allowing the media to try to turn an entire nation against my spouse. An entire nation. That’s so beyond messed up. I can only pity Charlotte and Louis, because there’s a good chance we’ll be right back here again twenty five years from now, if there’s a RF at all. For those kids sake, I hope there isn’t.

      • Becks1 says:

        @Lanne – I agree generally with you, but let’s just clarify that no “good” man would let his wife be treated like this. But i def think that so much was coming from the royal family and that’s why they walked. They knew walking away wouldn’t stop the press. But it meant they were no longer forced to play nice with the Firm.

        Also remember – there was a tweet or a meme around the time they announced their departure – basically saying that Harry was the sexiest now he had ever been bc he did what so many women want their husbands to do – he stood up for his wife against his family and protected her from them.

      • lanne says:

        I like your edit, Becks1! No GOOD man. Lots of shitty men let their mamas ruin their relationships with their wives. Harry showed what a good man can do (and yeah, it made him damn sexy as hell!)

    • Snuffles says:

      I don’t think it will stop the attacks of haters, but what I HAVE noticed is that people who were apathetic before are starting to notice how badly she was treated and are speaking up about it.

      • Equality says:

        I wasn’t a meghan or royal follower but started defending her on social media after researching and seeing how all the vitriol spread about her was outright lies and protocol nonsense. I just wish when reporting tweets there was a “this is a lie” option outside of it being about politics.

    • Carrie says:

      Agree with you. It was horrific to see the daily articles. I never clicked on them. Just counting them each day was horrific enough and their headlines were such that it made reading the articles unnecessary. You just knew how horrible the body of the article and then the comments would be. I can’t imagine how those female gossip columnists could do that to a pregnant woman. Beggars belief.
      I too cancelled a trip to the UK and would not travel there moving forward. Not when the locals have proved to be so vile.

  12. ABritGuest says:

    It’s interesting this was going on whilst her royal in laws, who purport to be mental health & anti cyber bullying advocates, kept silent. Or as it was reported after that Southern Africa documentary- had distanced themselves.

    Anyway good podcast and the teenagers were impressive. whilst the trolling still goes on (even on the SM of the teenager therapy podcast -really sick) they seem to be in a healthier place.

    I think the difference is that much of the national media in the U.K were (And still are) part of the trolling & amplified it too& so not being in the uk & I guess not on SM currently probably means they aren’t exposed to it as much. A lot of the tabloids & broadsheets even discussed the troll fake pregnancy conspiracy theory even papers like the Times. I remember Hillary Clinton commenting on the media amplifying the trolls’ racism

    • lanne says:

      All the people who spoke out in defense of Meghan–
      the Archbishop of Canterbury
      70 some members of British Parliament
      Hillary Clinton
      son of Martin Luther King Jr
      Michelle Obama

      who am I missing? I don’t think all of these people would be speaking out if Meghan was indeed the banshee the British media wants her to be

      • Mich says:

        Oprah, George Clooney and the African Women Lawyers Association also spoke up against what was happening to her.

    • Bloemheks says:

      Melania is also “anti-bullying.”

  13. Elizabeth Regina says:

    The BRF have monumentally screwed up. What they meant for evil has made Meghan the most marketable and talked about woman. I don’t care how much you hate someone, you don’t sic your attack dogs on them publicly expecting no blow back. The collateral damage to the royal family and the scrutiny of them is now huge and the BRF need to back pedal big time if they are to regain their tattered mystique. The world now sees them for what they are a thoroughly indecent and dysfunctional family who have failed to move with the times.

  14. Alexandrajane says:

    Oh and look at that… Wearing masks 👏👏👏

  15. Lyn says:

    I will never forgive or look at the royal family the same way again. They not only allowed but also instigated the harrasment, bullyibg, persecution and venomous attacks on a woman and a pregnant one at that. They didn’t see her as human just a thing to be broken, humiliated and driven out.

    And why ? Because she was half black, intelligent, loved and priortised by Harry, couldn’t dim herself enough to not overshadow them despite trying really hard, full of ideas and projects to help people, had a sense of self worth and belief? Were all those things the worst crimes to justify it all?

    I now take joy in watching their trials and tribulations. Watching William try to establish himself on the global stage is a marvel. His Ted talk is at 60k views or so on youtube despite the Tedtalk channel having millions of subscribers, while the Teenage therapy podcast is at over 600k views with only about thousands of subscribers. This is the very least of what he and the rest of them deserve.

    • Bloemheks says:

      It may be expedient for politicians to play to this hateful base, but it’s entirely different with the Royal Family. Their base is going to age out and their representatives in government will be replaced while the Royal Family hopes to still be around. Their treatment of Meghan was so awful and so vicious it’s not something people are going to just forget.

  16. GuestWho says:

    So the UK tabloids are using this – big surprise – to troll Meghan…by subtly twisting the facts (another surprise!) and the evil old bats (speaking here as a nice old bat) are loosing their little troll minds and insisting that she stop lecturing to them. SHE’S NOT!!! She doesn’t know you trolls exist. She moved a continent away. She’s talking to teenagers (and answering their questions). The cognitive dissonance is mind bending…they don’t want her lecturing to them (she’s not), but let’s do a quick search to see what she’s saying today. F’ing idiots.

    Rant over….

    Except to say that someone should smash Phil Dampier’s fingers repeatedly with his keyboard. Jesus, he’s a pig.

  17. Nancy says:

    How do you even quantify something like that?

    • AMM says:

      It’s amount of articles written about them compared to other high profile people, and then how much of those are negative compared to positive. And by negative I mean criticizing non-issues. Epstein for example, wasn’t being “trolled”. He had tons of negative articles because he’s a monster. Meghan, Adele and Trumps are the top 3. Though I disagree with Trump, he should be firmly under the “deserved criticism” bracket.

  18. bluemoonhorse says:

    M&H are playing this all right. Stepped away from the BRF solved so many issues – they control their own message, can restrict access, and can employ non-emotional (through lawyers or PR people) denials. Sure the tabs can keep screaming but in the long run they will continue to lose credibility and thus power. It make take a while but you already see it happening.

  19. Edna says:

    Hats off to H&M for having the strength to endure the relentless trolling. So glad they’re in a better place and wish nothing but blue skies and happiness for them. What Meghan endured was insane and no one should have to put up with that kind of hatred. And I’m sure the British Media is twisting her words from this interview to write more anti Meghan nonsense and continue profiting off her.

  20. Otaku fairy says:

    “..what was able to just be manufactured and churned out, it’s almost unsurvivable. That’s so big you can’t even think about what that feels like because I don’t care if you’re 15 or 25 if people are saying things about you that aren’t true what that does to your mental and emotional health is so damaging.”

    I appreciate her honesty here, because that kind of vulnerability isn’t made easy. It’s also important to remember there really is no age limit on the harm done by racism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, or other forms of abuse and inequality. Even when an individual from the targeted group does survive to be 65…or 25…or 23…or whatever arbitrary age those complicit decide someone needs to STFU about it…it’s still not just about that individual’s past. There are new human beings from those groups to worry about, having to deal with those problems. That’s why it’s great to see someone like Billy Porter not being silenced.

  21. boobra says:

    the ongoing hate tirade directed towards Meghan is so awful. i am no Royal family fanatic, so i don’t actively follow all the sagas. however on a humane level, the bullying this particular woman has received is utterly despicable. Not one Royal has spoken in support of Meghan and Harry, not even favourite cousins and friends who hung out with Harry before his marriage. Honestly i admire the steel that runs through Meghan’s body as well as her mental strength. I know i would never have been able to endure such relentless persecution, her’s is amplified on a global scale. I hope Harry and Archie stand by her always.

    • BnLurkN4eva says:

      The fact that none of Harry’s cousin, Eugenie, Beatrice, Zara etc. have spoken out against the bullying Meghan has had to endure and Harry along with her, is a testament to how trained this family in protecting their own survival. Harry was always the anomaly, he spoke up for Kate when she received the sexist treatment from the press and he spoke up for Camilla during the worse of her dragging and none of them have stepped forward for him and his family.

      • Le4Frimaire says:

        They’ll never speak out in support because they don’t support her, are afraid to, and as long as the focus is on her, they can do what they want with very little scrutiny or accountability. I think Meghan has seen the worst of them all.

      • MerryGirl says:

        This is what made me hate that entire poisonous family. Before Meghan, Harry was the most popular Royal with no one in that family complaining about him overshadowing them. We heard that he was so close to his cousins, particularly Bea & Eugenie and even heard he was in a WhatsApp Cousins group. Along comes Meghan and suddenly no one can speak up in support of him or condemn the racist, vicious abuse and character assassination his pregnant wife was facing? They are bunch of cowards not fit for the office they hold, who are complicit in the abuse and I hate all of them.

  22. MsIam says:

    Hats off to Meghan. I would have been done in by that circus surrounding Archies birth let alone the rest of the bullying.

  23. BnLurkN4eva says:

    The trolling was an attempt to have her miscarry. There’s no way to look back at the constant hounding during the entirety of her pregnancy without concluding that they wanted her to meet a bad end. You don’t pursue a pregnant woman so viciously without hoping to harm her. These are supposedly intelligent human beings doing the hounding, they know what stress does to pregnancy. Yeah, they wanted her to miscarry which would kill two birds with one stone. The miscarry would provide a story they could milk for years, by no doubt finding a way to blame Meghan and they would ensure no part African person entire the line of succession.

  24. Mich says:

    The same media crew that incessantly bullied her went nuts over her saying this. No reflection, no remorse, nothing. The woman has told them repeatedly that their actions have been deeply painful but they just carry on.

    I saw a tweet from some journo in Australia saying she had left a private facebook group of journalists because it was nothing but hate post about Meghan. Still. Like they are still consumed by hate to this day. How are these people adults?

  25. L4frimaire says:

    I really liked this podcast and was so unexpected. I’m glad she mentioned how hard it was and felt unsurvivable at times. Press can say what they want but her own words are out there. Also about Harry and meditation. He said he never thought he’d be someone who meditated abd Meghan said in background he’s very dedicated to it. I like how they got the kids to talk about some of their own feelings as well. Some minor takeaways. Harry says “ hi” with American accent. Bird nerd! Harry and Archie like birds and Big H makes bird sounds. The kids calling Harry Big H, and how relaxed and informal it became once they got into the conversation, and how they put the kids at ease. Loved some of the kids clap backs to the online trolls, telling them to find peace and offering a coupon for free meditation sessions. Also, the Fail priced out every item in the room in the$14 mil mansion, and the podcast hosts called out that the interview was not in H&M s home, and to say otherwise was false. Was hilarious, because the Fail has no sources, and look ridiculous. Anyway, glad the Sussexes are in a better place and advocating for the causes they love.

  26. Bohemian Angel says:

    I really am rooting for Harry and Meghan to stick together til death do them part. I don’t want his family or the British press to have any satisfaction with any downfall the Sussexes endure (hopefully none). I pray that all this abuse has just made them stronger as a family as well as individuals. I try not to say I hate anyone but in all honesty I despise the ‘royal’ family, whenever they appear on tv I have to turn it over to another channel, I just can’t abide watching them esp William and Kate and their fakery, and I don’t like lowering my frequency to shout hateful things at the tv, lol.
    I don’t blame you all that have cancelled holidays here, this country is going to hell on a fast train and I wish I can jump off before we get there! Talk about going backwards in time!
    Poor Meg. 🙁

    • BnLurkN4eva says:

      I just avoid anything that includes the others in the family. I am not someone who go after those I dislike to say awful things, it’s just not worth it to me, so I avoid the others like the plague. I wish youtube would stop recommending other royals to me after I’ve watched something re: H/M, but they are constantly pushing W/H at me and if I don’t click away quickly, I feel like I am giving them views, which, no, NOPE! I started royal watching for Meghan and Harry and Meghan, and from watching those two, the others clearly revealed themselves to be awful, so no thanks, not interested.

      • Bohemian Angel says:

        I only come here on celebitchy to read about Harry and Meghan everywhere else is too depressing.

  27. cherriepie84 says:

    Im glad she kept a Journal….hopefully she turns it into a book someday but I highly doubt it. Glad she escaped that horrible family with her sanity intact. I admire her strength.

    • BnLurkN4eva says:

      You just know that journal strikes terror in the heart of some people. In a few years Meghan should hint about using her journal to write a memoir or something.

  28. RoyalBlue says:

    Stepping away from that family was an act of self-preservation for Meghan. She and Harry made the right decision.