Actual royalty met music royalty on Sunday at the European premiere of The Lion King in London's Leicester Square. Nicholl told ET that these recent outings are engagements Meghan personally "wanted" to attend, and a surprise to many royal fans who weren't expecting to see her out and about so much during maternity leave.
This is the first time Meghan has publicly acknowledged her struggles as part of the Royal Family, however her comment has been jumped on by media outlets accusing her of criticising members of the royal family.
Meghan's honest encounter with musician Pharrell.
"I'm so happy for your union", the "Happy" singer said in a video from The Sun. "Love is awesome, it's wonderful", he said.
Speaking to E! News, Mr Sylvester said: "I just think she's doomed, like she's damned if she does and she's damned if she doesn't. Seriously. It's significant. We cheer you guys on".
Morton said Meghan has surrounded herself with friends who will speak out on her behalf, unlike Prince Harry's pals, who keep quiet.
The public often grapples with the royal family's request for privacy.
And despite being mega-stars in their own right, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner, who play Pumbaa and Timon respectively in the live-action remake, were starstruck themselves as they enjoyed an exchange with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Meghan herself appeared to admit this week that royal life was indeed a bit of a struggle.