After announcing they're suing the British tabloid media, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry opened up about the emotional toll the negative press and scrutiny has had on their mental health with the Duchess of Sussex admitting she's "not really ok" during the couple's documentary of their tour of Africa.
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Journalist Bryony Gordon caught up with Meghan over the weekend when she made a surprise visit to Luminary Bakery in London, an organisation which trains and employs disadvantaged women and survivors of abuse and trafficking. He wrote that the duchess said she doesn't want "people to love her - she just wanted them to be able to hear her."
"If I have learnt anything about Meghan in the time I have known her, it is that she is a doer, not a wallower. She lives in the solution not the problem," Gordon wrote. "She told me that she didn't want people to love her - she just wanted them to be able to hear her."
He continued: "I have found that this is what the Duchess of Sussex stands for: using her voice to help give one to people less privileged than her."
During her visit to the bakery, Meghan also said she doesn't want to be treated any differently to anyone else: “One of the things I have realised since being here is that people have an expectation when I’m coming somewhere, so I’m like, let’s just be really relaxed, keep everyone nice and chilled, because at the end of the day we’re all just women," she said.
"We all have a story to tell, and I feel honoured that I am getting to hear yours.”