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Duchess of Sussex and wife of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, nearly broke down in tears as she acknowledged her personal “struggle” with living life in the spotlight as part of the Royal Family. The candid moment came during an emotional new interview with ITV.

Meghan Markle Gets Choked Up About Her ‘Struggle’

Daily Mail reported that Markle’s voice noticeably cracked as she talked about how hard it has been to deal with the challenges that have come with getting married and giving birth in the spotlight.

“Not many people have asked if I’m ok,” the former actress told ITN News At Ten anchor Tom Bradby.

Meghan was then asked about the public scrutiny on her “physical and mental health” and about how Prince Harry is being “protective” of her after what happened to his beloved mother Princess Diana.

“Look, any woman especially when they are pregnant you’re really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging, and then when you have a new born – you know…” the Duchess of Sussex admitted.

“And especially as a woman, it’s a lot. So you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed it’s, well…”

“Also thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I’m OK. But it’s a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes,” she added.

“And the answer is, would it be fair to say, not really OK, as in it’s really been a struggle?” Tom asked, to which a visibly upset Meghan replied, “Yes.”

Meghan and Prince Harry Face Criticism As Royal Family Members

This comes after Meghan and Harry have been widely criticized over the past few months for things like their spending and their hypocrisy over climate change.

In the spring, the royal couple spent $3 million in British tax dollars on remodeling their home, Frogmore Cottage.

Then, over the summer, they took numerous private jet trips while simultaneously lecturing the public on being more mindful about climate change.

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Duchess of Sussex Also Enjoys Positive Press

Not all media coverage has been negative. Yes, as a member of the British royal family you will scrutinized. That may feel like a ‘struggle’ to Meghan Markle. But royals can also be beloved and praised and even revered. Here is just one small example of the positive press the Duchess of Sussex received:

Liberal Plays The Race Card

Though anyone who marries into the royal family would face public scrutiny, liberals jump at any chance to make Meghan Markle’s ‘struggle’ about race.

In this case, Meghan’s race.

Another person who immediately brought up Meghan’s race was failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

“I’m a huge fan of Meghan Markle,” Hillary said earlier this week, according to Vanity Fair. “I do want to say that the way she’s been treated is inexplicable.”

Then Hillary Clinton was asked if Meghan’s race had something to do with the way she’s been covered by the media.

Hillary’s response, “It’s certainly part of it. If the explanation is that she’s biracial, then shame on everybody.”

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This Is NOT About Race

It’s absolutely ridiculous that liberals have made this a racial issue.

The reality is that Meghan knew exactly what she signed up for when she married Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle is right about one thing – being a mom can be a struggle.

But members of the British royal family live lavish lifestyles funded by British taxpayers. In exchange, the royal family must face public scrutiny from the press and the people at times.

All in all, some negative media coverage is a small price to pay for living the lifestyle of a princess.

Is Meghan really this upset about negative media coverage? If so, perhaps she should be more mindful of her spending. As well as her self-righteously hypocritical lectures to the public on climate change.

Should Meghan change her behavior, she can expect a positive change in her media coverage.

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