Docuseries on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship is complete on Netflix. In July of 2020, the couple discussed Meghan’s miscarriage.
On Thursday, Netflix uploaded the last two parts of its docuseries on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The pair discussed their fights with the press and their decision to retire from their positions in Britain’s royal family.
In one episode, Harry and Meghan also talk about Meghan’s miscarriage in July of 2020. Harry said the British media was to responsible for Meghan’s miscarriage because of the pressure they put on her.
He blamed the actions of the British tabloid newspaper, “the Mail,” for his wife’s miscarriage. “I sat through the entire thing,” he continued.
Do we know for certain that that was what caused the miscarriage? Of course, we don’t know that, but Harry said, “I can say from what I witnessed, that miscarriage was induced by what they were trying to do to her.” “Considering the stress that caused, the lack of sleep, and the timing of the pregnancy — how many weeks in she was,” Harry said.
I was carrying a baby. Believe it or not, I wasn’t asleep. “When we woke up that first morning in our new house, I had a miscarriage,” Meghan explained.
An outspoken supporter of mental health, Meghan Markle has also spoken publicly about her own struggles with suicidal ideation. What if I just leave? I thought. Speaking of her feelings following the scathing media coverage that followed the couple’s Australia tour, she remarked, “And that was the scariest thing about it because it was such a clear thinking.” This was mentioned in the fourth episode.
They were worried about the implications for the institution if I sought outside aid, therefore I wasn’t allowed to.