New interview with Meghan Markle: what else did the actress tell reporters

The wife of Prince Harry continues to actively cooperate with the media. Three months after the controversial Oprah Winfrey interview, the Duchess of Sussex went to the NPR radio station.

This time there were no scandals and accusations. Megan decided to tell radio listeners about her book “The Bench.”

The book was written for her husband Harry and son Archie, and Meghan sincerely hopes that the family members will see their reflection in the work.

Revealing the details of her masterpiece, the actress said that every reader, having opened her book, can see themselves in it.

Developing her idea, the writer Megan remembered not only about freckles and features of the body structure, but also religious and ethnic differences.

The work itself begins with the story of the family of Meghan and Harry. The plot is intertwined with situations from the lives of other people, the heroes of which are fathers and sons.

Recall that in their first interview, Meghan and Harry told reporters about the difficulties of life in the royal family.

As a result, there was first an accusation of racism, and then of psychological pressure.

Later, Prince Harry himself made several unpleasant statements about how their father, Prince Charles, should have protected him and his brother from some unpleasant experiences.

And in May, Meghan Markle published a children’s book, which was written based on the history of her family. It is dedicated to the relationship between fathers and sons.

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