Recently, British Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton came to Pakistan on their first five-day historic visit.
However, before Prince William, his younger brother Prince Harry and his wife, Princess Meghan Markle, went on a historic visit to Africa, where they met the locals.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s African tour also received coverage similar to the visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton to Pakistan and world media published her visit as important news.
Just as Kate Middleton gave a short TV interview to CNN during her visit to Pakistan, Meghan Markle also gave interviews to ITV during an African tour and made a documentary based on her interviews. Which was broadcast on October 20.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s documentary on the British TV channel ‘ITV’ was actually based on her African tour and her interviews.
World Exclusive; Meghan tells me of the intense pressures of a life in the spotlight and the toll it has taken on her behind the scenes. pic.twitter.com/tpmeomj5UV
— tom bradby (@tombradby) October 18, 2019
For the first time in the documentary, Meghan Markle spoke openly about coverage of childbirth and excessive media coverage after her marriage and pregnancy.
In the documentary, Meghan Markle confesses that her marriage was given excessive coverage by the media and that every act and move was monitored.
Likewise, news of her pregnancy was taken abnormally, and every news related to her pregnancy was presented with excellent coverage, leaving her with mental pressure.
Meghan Markle revealed in the interview that she suffered from depression over excessive coverage of pregnancy media and the slightest news coverage about childbirth.
According to Meghan Markle, she was already experiencing problems as a pregnant woman and needed some caution at the time, however she suffered depression due to media coverage.
Meghan Markle says 'not many people have asked if I'm OK'. And they won’t Meghan. Why? Because the press in Britain are institutionally racist. Because the press in this country have never been at the forefront of change, but the villain of progress. https://t.co/CSdOfAUGrr
— Shahmir Sanni (@shahmiruk) October 18, 2019
She said without the name of a media group, she had to struggle to get married, get pregnant and avoid media coverage at childbirth, but still suffered from depression.
In the same documentary, Meghan Markle’s husband Prince Harry also talked about his mother’s death and his media coverage, including talking about excessive media coverage.
He also called the media coverage extraordinary.
Earlier in the documentary, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry filed a lawsuit against British newspapers’ Mail on Sunday, Daily Mirror and The Sun for publishing false news.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last month sued three British newspapers over excessive and inaccurate media coverage during their visit to Africa.
The British media not only gives coverage to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle but also give media coverage to all the royal family and the sensational news about them these days is part of the British media.