Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began their love journey when they first met in 2016, since then, marriage followed, Baby Archie arrived, they visited selected Southern African countries and more.
A documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey led by journalist and screenwriter and news-anchor Tom Bradby, which is airing on Sunday, October 27th, 2019 on ITV has motivated several women in the world to rally behind Meghan Markle for revealing the stress and pressure of being in the spotlight, from maternity stage, new mom and also a wife.
Watch a snippet of the interview below.
#WeLoveYouMeghan has gone viral on the micro-blogging platform – Twitter has seen women share their own stories and send their wholehearted support to the Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in South Africa where they visited historical sites, prominent personalities like Graça Machel, wife of the late Nelson Mandela – former President of South Africa, Archibishop Desmond Tutu, gender-based and human right organization. Prince Harry was also in Angola, Botswana and Malawi to embark on environmental conservation projects.
Here are some of the tweets from the hashtag
Remember the Meghan and Harry engagement interview? Look how happy and fun she was. This is the Meghan before the British media started their hate campaign. I’d like to see this Meghan again. #WeLoveYouMeghan pic.twitter.com/vgJ3Wvqxhe
— Valentina ☕️ (@ValsCappuccino) October 19, 2019
— ⚖️*~WyldPhoenix~*⚖️ (@PinkWyldflower) October 19, 2019
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