Tom Brady, a friend of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, talked about leaving the royal life after their 2019 candidate documentary on a trip to Africa.
According to ITV’s Tom Bradby, who interviewed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during his visit to Africa in 2019, the Duke of Sussex is “heartbroken” by Russell.
The news anchor, who traveled to South Africa with the royal couple for his emotional documentary ‘Harry and Meghan: An African Journey’, revealed: “It was a very psychologically complex project because he was clearly in a difficult position. I was and they weren’t feeling well. And I realized to the extent that I was more there. “
When asked if they think Harry and Meghan look happier when they move to the United States, Bradby replied: “I think they’re feeling better, yes; Are they unhappy? No, I think they are satisfied, they are doing what they are doing. Excited by. “
“I think he’s [Harry] The situation of his family is heartbreaking, you don’t necessarily need knowledge to know this, but I think it’s true. “
He continued: “The situation with the family is clearly not ideal and it has been a very difficult year for all of them. I think the whole thing has been just incredibly painful, which has affected everyone. It’s obvious. “
A friend of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who is also a journalist and writer, concluded: “You have to remember that it’s not just a family, it’s a firm. It’s a very loud and exposed They’re engaged in the public service business on the platform. And to some extent, they’re all locked in it together. “