Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey aired in the US in the early hours of this morning (Monday, March 8).
Most of the interview saw Meghan speaking with Oprah, before Prince Harry joined later.
The couple spoke about their relationships with other royals, racism and the impacts on their mental health.
Meghan spoke about the impact on her mental health and said she ‘didn’t want to be alive anymore’.
She said she felt lonely after joining the Royal Family and felt a loss of freedom after having to turn over her passport, driver’s licence, and keys.
She revealed she went to the institution and said she needed to go somewhere to get help but was told she could not as ‘it wouldn’t be good for the institution’.
She said she went to senior people within the Royal Family and to the Palce’s HR department but ‘nothing was ever done’.
Meghan also said there were ‘concerns and conversations’ about how dark Archie’s skin might be when he was born.
She said these conversations were with her husband Prince Harry – the Duke of Sussex – who then relayed them to her.
Prince Harry refused to say which royal said it, adding: “That conversation, I am never going to share. At the time it was awkward, I was a bit shocked.
Meghan also spoke about a story that circulated in newspapers a few years ago which claimed Kate Middleton – the Duchess of…