In another Sunday Times article published this weekend, the journalist who interviewed her and Harry for the ITV documentary, Tom Bradby, wrote about his impression of the Duchess of Sussex's demeanor as she discussed the issue more.
In the hour-long documentary, Harry reportedly voices his desire to leave the United Kingdom, describing Cape Town in South Africa as "an fantastic place to be able to base ourselves".
A royal source said: "The duke and duchess have a full schedule of engagements and commitments until mid-November, after which they will be taking some much-needed family time".
The clip is a part of the British television channel's documentary, "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey", which will be released in the United Kingdom on Sunday. Although royal fans won't be seeing Harry and Meghan over the next few weeks during their break, it is expected that they will spend their first Christmas with baby Archie with the rest of the royal family in Sandringham.More news: France's Vahaamahina Sees Red For Idiotic Elbow On Wales Backrow
He said: 'I don't know where we could live in Africa. It showed Markle nearly breaking into tears when asked how she was doing and acknowledging that it has been "a struggle" to be in the spotlight.
"I remember squeezing Meghan's hand so tight during the awards and both of us thinking what it would be like to be parents one day and more so would it would be like to protect and help our child should they be born with immediate challenges or become unwell over time", he continued. "And then when you have a newborn, you know".
She shared: "Any woman, especially when they're pregnant, you're really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging".
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Holding back tears, Meghan thanks Bradby for asking about the impact the pressure has had on her mental and physical health. "It's um ...yeah. I guess, also thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I'm okay, but it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes". Meghan is suing British newspaper Mail on Sunday for publishing a selectively edited version of a private letter Meghan sent to her father.
The interview also sees Harry open up about the grief he still feels over the death of his mother, Princess Diana, admitting it's a "wound that festers... every single time I see a camera, every single time I hear a click, every single time I see a flash".
She said, 'We are taking it one day at a time, ' before admitting that the couple are now 'existing, not living'.More news: China yet to confirm its stands on Phase one deal