The Duchess of Sussex told US magazine that the Queen’s death was a “complex time”.
In an interview with Variety, she described how Prince Harry remained “perpetually optimistic” in difficult times, telling her after the Queen’s death: “Now she’s reunited with her husband.”
Meghan talks fondly about her relationship with queen How “lucky” she feels to share the “good warmth” with her.
Meghan said: “I think back to my first official engagement with her and how special it felt.”
She also described the Queen as “the brightest example” of female leadership.
The Duchess, who was in the UK the week of the Queen’s death, also said: “I’m really grateful that I was able to support him with my husband, especially during that time.”
She was asked how her family dealt with their loss and replied that it gave them “a lot of perspective”.
“It makes you wonder what you want to focus on. Right now, we’re energized and excited about all the things we’ve been working on,” she continued.
“It’s nice to be able to believe our story”
Speaking specifically of the much-hyped Netflix series directed by documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus, Meghan said, “It’s great to be able to trust someone to tell our story — a seasoned director whose work I’ve always admired — — even if it means it may not be the way we would tell it.”
Sounds like it might sound like keeping her away from the show’s introduction to the couple and their new life in California.
The interview took place around the time of the Queen’s death and is accompanied by a charming photo.
Scrabble, Wordle and “Pure Bolognese”
She also covers topics ranging from her favorite romantic comedy film When Harry Met Sally to her love of cooking and how she makes “really solid bolognese.”
Describing her family life in the town of Montecito, California, she said that once the kids went to bed, she played Scrabble and Wordle while trying to relearn French.
Meghan said Archie’s favourite TV show was The Octagon and she would support her two children if they wanted to pursue entertainment careers.
As for her own acting days, she said, “No, I’m done,” but added “I want to never say never.”
The Duchess knows how to make headlines, and these carefully crafted words will anger or delight readers.
Her critics will see this as yet another self-centred propaganda, but to her fans it’s more insight into the couple’s lives and their attempts to do things their own way.