a statement Prince Harry In the sixth and final documentary episode broadcast by “Netflix” about him and his wife, Megan Markle, he suspects that his wife Megan Markle’s abortion in 2020 was due to the pressures of Megan’s lawsuit against the British tabloid “The Mail on Sunday.”
The case Megan won concerned the publication of a letter to her father. “I think my wife had a miscarriage because of what the newspaper did,” Harry said in the episode.
He considered that the stress caused by the case, the lack of sleep and the timing of the pregnancy had indirectly caused the miscarriage, saying: “I think my wife had a miscarriage because of what the newspaper did.” “I’ve seen it all.”
And in December 2021, Megan received a full public apology from the Mail on Sunday newspaper after a protracted court battle in the High Court in London.
The newspaper published a front-page letter to the Duchess of Sussex, 40, as required by multiple rulings that the Mail on Sunday newspaper and Mail Online breached her privacy in February 2019 by printing parts of a five-page letter she wrote to her father some time later. Short of her wedding to Harry.
And the network “Netflix” broadcast the documentary series of Prince Harry and his wife Megan, which included a lot of criticism of the British royal family.
And Prince Harry had revealed in previous episodes that it was “terrifying” that his brother, Prince William, shouted at him during a meeting about the arrangements for the separation of Prince Harry and his family from the royal family.
Harry said: “It was terrifying for my brother to yell at me, saying things that simply weren’t true, and my grandmother (the late Queen Elizabeth) just sitting there quietly.”
And he talked about offering a compromise agreement so that he and his wife, Megan, would have their own job, provided that at the same time they would do some work to support the queen, quoting the “New York Post”.
In the first set of episodes broadcast last week, Harry and Megan launched fierce attacks on the media, saying that some of them were racist, but the members of the royal family themselves were relatively spared criticism during those episodes.