The Duchess of Sussex said the Queen’s death was a “complicated time” in an interview with an American magazine.

Speaking to Variety magazine, she described how Prince Harry remained “always optimistic” despite difficult times, telling her after the Queen’s death: “Now she is reunited with her husband.”

Meghan spoke fondly of her relationship with Queen and how she felt “lucky” to have shared a “nice warmth” with her.

The Queen laughs with the Duchess of Sussex at the opening ceremony of the new Mersey Gateway Bridge in 2018

“I thought about that first official engagement I had with her, how special she was,” Meghan said.

She also described the queen as “the brightest example” of female leadership.

The Duchess, who was in the UK the week the Queen died, also said: “I am so grateful that I was able to be with my husband to support him, especially during that time.”

She was asked how her family had processed their loss and replied that it gave them “a lot of perspective”.

“It makes you wonder what you want to focus your energy on. Right now, we’re feeling excited and excited about all the things we’ve built on,” he continued.

Pic: Ramona Rosales for Variety
Pic: Ramona Rosales for Variety

‘It’s nice to be able to entrust our story to someone’

Speaking in particular of the much-acclaimed Netflix series directed by documentarian Liz Garbus, Meghan said it was “nice to be able to hand over our story to someone – an experienced director whose work I have long admired – even if that means it may not have been the way. where we would have said it “.

Perhaps it sounds like a move to move her away from the couple’s show presentation and their new life in California.

The interview, carried out both before and after the Queen’s death, was accompanied by a glamorous photo shoot.

Scarabeo, Wordle and a ‘solid Bolognese’

He also covered topics from his favorite romantic film – When Harry Met Sally – to her love of cooking and the way she makes “a really solid Bolognese”.

Describing family life in the Californian town of Montecito, he said he played Speed ​​Scrabble and Wordle once the kids were in bed, while also trying to learn French again.

Meghan said Archie’s favorite TV show was Octonauts and that she would support both of her children if they wanted a career in entertainment.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared an adorable family photo with their two sons Archie and Lilibet for their Christmas card.  Photo: Alexi Lubomirski
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and their two sons Archie and Lilibet. Photo: Alexi Lubomirski

As for his acting days, he said, “No, I’m done” but added “I think I never say never.”

The Duchess knows how to make headlines and these carefully crafted words irritate or delight readers.

His detractors will see it as another self-centered advertising piece, but for his fans it’s still an extra insight into the couple’s life and their attempts to do things their way.

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