In the latest Prince Harry and Meghan Markle news, a British television presenter has voiced her concern about the former senior royal’s two-year-old son, Archie.
Storm Huntley, 34, revealed on the Jeremy Vine Show that she will be scared when Archie reaches school age.
As the broadcaster said, he’ll likely hear about her mother’s trials from other children.
In particular, her suicidal thoughts while pregnant with him.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last: Fears about Archie
First, Storm praised Harry and Meghan for opening up about their inner struggles.
But then she raised her fears over Meghan’s discussion of suicidal thoughts.
Storm said on the Channel 5 show, “I love the talking, and I love him [Prince Harry] draws attention to things like feelings of suicide and the effects it has on a person’s partner. “
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Then she added, “What I’m really worried about is Archie.
“Archie’s just a baby and doesn’t know what’s going on.
“Archie won’t be a baby forever and he will go to school and people will tell him things about his mother.”
News Meghan was suicide will be “hard” for Archie
She added, “Finding out that your mother committed suicide while pregnant is going to be quite difficult, in my opinion.
“I don’t think they have given enough thought to what this means for their children.
“I know they are trying to protect them by moving to America, but I wonder if this is the right thing to do to protect them.”
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In Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan said she felt suicidal while pregnant.
She said she found British royal life so daunting that she considered suicide.
What did Meghan Markle tell Oprah?
The former Suits actress told Oprah, “I just didn’t want to be alive anymore. And that was very clear and real and scary.
“I just didn’t see a solution.
“I sat up at night and just thought, ‘I don’t understand how this is all being stirred up’ – and again I haven’t seen it – but it’s almost worse when you can feel it through the expression from my mother or my friends or them calling me and crying like: “Meg, they don’t protect you.”
“And I realized that everything happened just because I was breathing.”
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