In the News Review section of the Sunday Times, ITV broadcaster Tom Bradby, who followed the pair for his new documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, shared a few of the observations he made about the royal lovebirds. The couple who just completed a ten-day royal tour of South Africa are back in the UK.
"We've just come from Cape Town, that would be an incredible place for us to be able to base ourselves, of course it would".
"But with all the problems that are going on there I just don't see how we would be able to really make as much difference as we'd want to".
In An African Journey - which airs in the USA on ABC on October 23 at 10:00 p.m. ET - Meghan also made reference to the toll that negative tabloid coverage has taken on her.
"There are 19 Commonwealth countries across this continent so there's a lot of things to be done, but there's also huge potential". "We are, she said, taking it one day at a time", Bradby wrote.
In it, Meghan said that she is "existing, not living" while struggling with the pressures of royal life and media scrutiny.
Harry & Meghan: An African Journey airs Sunday on the United Kingdom network ITV and Wednesday on ABC. Earlier this year, Harry and Meghan separated their official office and their joint charity with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Despite her white father, her straight hair, and her lighter complexion, Meghan Markle has always been proud of her blackness, her feminism, and her desire to use her elevated position in the media to be an advocate for change.
"He now fears, in the most deep and atavistic way, that history may repeat itself with his wife".
He wrote: "I couldn't help but notice how incredibly exhausted, even burnt out, Harry looked".
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, gave a rare glimpse into her personal life when she admitted that she has struggled to deal with the repercussions of being a new mother in the spotlight. "And especially as a woman, it's a lot", she said.
He added: "As brothers you have good days and bad days".
"Thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I'm OK, but it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes", the former Suits actress said. He wrote: "He has so often seemed at home here, but by this stage in the trip it was clear to me that the reality behind the scenes for both of them was a far cry from the courageous public faces". Meghan, visibly upset, then replies: 'Yes'. Prince Harry and Markle would return to England in time for Archie to spend his first Christmas with the royal family.
In November, they intend on taking their son Baby Archie to Los Angeles where they will celebrate Thanksgiving with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.