Meghan Markle explained how she has been “conditioned” to keep her composure after being labeled “crazy” and “hysterical.”
The “Suits” alum spoke on Tuesday’s episode of her “Archetypes” podcast about women often being referred to as “nuts, insane, out of [their] mind [and] completely irrational.”
The former actress asked her listeners to raise their hands if they related, noting that her own hand was up.
Later in the episode, the “Deal or No Deal” alum, 41, praised her guest Constance Wu for crying during the interview.
“The craziest thing in the world would be to keep all of that inside,” Markle told the “Fresh Off the Boat” alum. “I think it’s beautiful.”
The Duchess of Sussex added that she “would love to cry [that] much,” saying, “I’m conditioned to have a different kind of composure. Now, you sort of [get to] … just relax and let it out.”
Markle and Wu, 40, joked that they both wish they could let out their feelings like their children do.
“I want to feel so deeply it’s like an Adele album,” the royal family member joked. “So much intense emotion. You just get it out and you share it. That’s the peace.”
Markle has spoken candidly about her mental health since…