Meghan reveals 'complicated' time after Queen's death & gives Netflix doc update | The Sun

MEGHAN Markle has shared seven ground-breaking revelations about her life in an explosive new interview.

Among the confessions are an update on the Sussexes' highly anticipated docuseries.

While Meghan also gave a heart-breaking insight into the "complicated" time after the Queen died.

The revelations came amid a raft of other anecdotes the 41-year-old shared in her emotional interview with Variety magazine.


One heart-warming insight was how Harry, 38, and Meghan have dealt with the Queen's death.

She told the magazine that while it’s been "a complicated time", Harry believes Her Majesty has been reunited with someone special.


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Meghan explained: "My husband, ever the optimist, said, “Now she’s reunited with her husband.”

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh died in April 2021 aged 99, leaving a huge void after 73-years of marriage to the Queen.

Meghan added she feels "deep gratitude" to have spent time with the Queen, "the most shining example" of female leadership.


The Duchess was also asked if she'd ever consider getting back into acting, to which she said: "No. I’m done."

While Meghan admitted: "I guess never say never, but my intention is to absolutely not."

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The comments came as Meghan told her Archetypes podcast how she quit Deal or No Deal after being made to feel like a "bimbo".

The Duchess of Sussex said she was even told to "suck it in" by a woman who helped run the US version of the hit game show in 2006.


But, when Meghan was asked what she'd say if either Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, said they wanted a career in entertainment, she said she'd respond "great!".

The Duchess said as a parent "you genuinely want your kids to find the things that bring them complete joy".

While she admitted that while her family have worked predominantly in the film industry – with dad Thomas a lighting director – she wants her kids to "carve out their own path".

"If it’s the entertainment industry, great. And also, good luck", she added.

"We’re creating multidimensional, interesting, kind, creative people. That’s who our kids are", Meghan said.


Prince Harry loves getting his teeth into grub from US fast food joint In-N-Out burgers, the Duchess cheekily revealed.

Meghan said the pair love to go into the drive-thru to "surpirse" staff who she claimed know the Sussexes order.

The Duke also loves cookies, with the pair of them demolishing a bag "the size of a toddlers head" when commuting into LA for meetings.


Meghan also admitted to loving US game show “Jeopardy!”.

The show requires contestants to take give an answer in the form of a question based on clues given by the question master.

And she loves nothing more than playing Wordle in bed with a glass of wine.


Meghan told the magazine how she attended the birthday of American Journalist Gloria Steinam shortly after the interview and felt "a bit uncomfortable" walking into the room.

Despite this the women attending the renowned feminist's bash showed huge "generosity and love" and "ensured I felt so welcomed".


Meghan said working on her docuseries with hubby Harry means the couple's story "may not be the way we told it".

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But she admitted it was "nice to be able to trust someone" in telling it for them and how the experience has been "really fun".

This comes after a royal expert claimed Meghan and Prince Harry fear their public image could be shattered if their bombshell "love story" docuseries is perceived as an endorsement of Netflix's The Crown.

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