Tina Brown, who has covered the British royal family for years, said that while Meghan's vulnerability might play well in the US, the British tabloid media is quite different.
Commenting on the pressure the couple faces from the United Kingdom press, he said: "I think under great scrutiny they seem to try a lot for other people". Add Royal Family as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Royal Family news, video, and analysis from ABC News. I know what he means by that.
"It's just dedicated to Twitter and online and I think we should laugh at ourselves for even focusing on that".
"You know who warned her?"
"I lost my mother and now I watch my wife falling victim to the same powerful forces", he continued, referencing the late Princess Diana, who died in a auto crash in 1997 while fleeing paparazzi.
This year the brothers split their joint offices and charitable foundation and no longer live in close proximity.
Whereas the 2 haven't had any correspondence because the week previous to Markle's engagement after they ended their skilled (and apparently, private) relationship, the entrepreneur described Meg as "delightful, warm, personable - and hugely charismatic", however "likes to move on" rapidly if she doesn't vibe nicely with somebody.
In their ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, Meghan, 38, said she felt she was "existing, not living". Meghan explained during the interview: "I very naively - I'm an American we don't have that there - said, 'What are you talking about?"
She said: "She whispered it so quietly I had to ask her to repeat it".
It is widely accepted that the British tabloids are brutal, and no member of the royal family is immune to their scrutiny. It came with a stinging statement from Harry about general tabloid coverage. The Prince also filed a suit against The Sun and the Daily Mirror over allegations of phone hacking. "That's not the point of life", the Duchess said. "You have got to thrive". "So, it's really special", she adds.
The royal brothers previously campaigned together to raise awareness about mental health.
"Is it fair that the answer is: I'm not really well?"
The couple are going to take six weeks off work. Harry addressed the rumors in his interview with Brady.
Meghan didn't appear on the magazine's cover, which instead showcased 15 women, including teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and was emblazoned with the slogan "Forces for CHANGE".
"The rest of our lives' work will be predominantly focused on Africa, on conservation", said Harry. "We are certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him and, as I know, he will always be there for me".
Wendy went on to say that "there's something about her, you know what I'm saying?", before urging the Sussexes to move to America and live in Africa and England part time.