Meghan Markle She’s released her tongue again for a new interview published this Wednesday, where she talks about the royal family, Prince Harry, her children, her career, and of course her. death of queen elizabeth iiWhich he only mentioned with admiration and recognized his legacy over the decades.
series expansion”SuitCalling Queen Elizabeth a “shining example of female leadership”, she added: “I feel deeply grateful for being able to spend time with her and get to know her. She is now reunited with her husband, Prince Philip. “
“I’m really grateful that I was able to be with him to support my husband, especially at the time[…]looking at the legacy that his grandmother was able to leave on so many fronts,” Markle told Variety. told the magazine about the late queen, whom he was delighted to meet.
Meghan recalled the first official engagement she had with her, saying it felt very special. “I feel lucky and still proud to have had a good relationship with the head of the family.” Furthermore, he pointed out that the monarch’s death has been a complicated moment, but revealed that Prince Harry has been optimistic.
When asked how she processed the loss, the activist said that “in life’s big moments, you get a lot of perspective. It makes you wonder what you want to focus your energy on,” and explained That at this point she and Harry feel upbeat and excited about all the things they’re creating.
His children, his career and his projects
Meghan also spoke about the possibility of a return to acting. “The industry has changed a lot since I was a part of it. I left Suits in 2018 just after the 100th episode. I didn’t think I would ever be able to enter the entertainment industry again.”
Regarding the possibility that when they grow up, one of their children tells them they want a career in entertainment, Markle said that “would be great. When you become a parent, you Really want your kids to be able to find the things that bring them joy. I want them to be able to forge their own path.”
Regarding the MeToo movement, he said that before this many people lived with the idea of keeping quiet, not being disruptive, not giving voice to things that cause anxiety or trouble.