The comments come as palace sources confirm Harry & Meghan will take some "family time" towards the end of the year.
However, on the occasions the brothers have been pictured together in the months since, they have appeared as close as ever - with the pair sharing a series of laughs as they played polo together in July.
Prince Harry has already sued publications on behalf of his wife, and that was the second time he had to make a statement calling out the media's racism (the first time was back in 2016) and also calling out the press' treatment of his late mother.
The Duke of Sussex has been plagued by rumours in recent months of a rift between him and Prince William, and in an interview with ITV he acknowledged that "inevitably stuff happens" given their high-profile role and the pressure the family faces. And it came alongside a series of other chats with his wife Meghan, as the couple gave a deeply honest insight into the impact the negative press over the previous year has had one them.
"And especially as a woman it's really, it's really a lot. And then you're sort of, again, slightly disconnected from it", he added.More news: U.S. oil imports up, exports down last week
"Thank you for asking". He wrote: "He has so often seemed at home here, but by this stage in the trip it was clear to me that the reality behind the scenes for both of them was a far cry from the fearless public faces".
He said that the first time he met Markle was before she was engaged to the prince, and she was already finding it tough to deal with the attention of the media. To which the duchess replied: "Yes".
Prince Harry, 35, was asked if he worries whether his wife may face the same pressures in the spotlight as his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a Paris vehicle crash in 1997.
"But when people are saying things that are just untrue, and they've been told they're untrue, but they're allowed to still say them, I don't know anybody in the world that would feel like that's okay".
"It's hard. I don't think anybody could understand that, but in all fairness, I had no idea", she recalled.More news: All Blacks stars discuss win over Ireland and semifinal v England
Meghan has also drawn criticism for her observations of British life. Being here now 22-years later, trying to finish what she started, will be incredibly emotional.
She explained: "When I made the choice to add those words into the speech it was really at the last minute".
Bradby went on to discuss Harry's fears that the Duchess of Sussex is now being subject to the "same pressures as his mother was".
What's more, Prince Harry appears to discuss leaving the United Kingdom to live in Africa in the documentary, which is titled Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.More news: Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Trailer