Meghan Markle led Prince Harry on his public "journey to wakefulness," as authors of the couple's biography "Finding Freedom" claim
- Meghan Markle helped Prince Harry on his public "journey to wakefulness".
- The writers claimed Meghan helped Harry better adjust to racism
- Duke and Duchess live in Los Angeles after retiring as royals
Meghan Markle helped Prince Harry on his very public "awake" journey, as the authors of the couple's upcoming biography "Finding Freedom" claimed.
The Duchess of Sussex, who currently resides in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles with her husband, played a pivotal role in helping her husband better adjust to racism, according to writers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.
Speaking to National Public Radio in the United States, Mr. Scobie said, “Harry's journey to wakefulness has been very public.
"We saw how he learned and continued his education along the way, but this experience of seeing Meghan in the face of racist remarks and comments was the first time he had seen someone in his life or someone he was particularly close to a certain way.
The Duchess of Sussex helped Prince Harry on his "journey to wakefulness," as the authors of the couple's upcoming biography claimed
"We talk about some of the more obvious examples in some media coverage, but I think the things that have flown under the radar are some of the others from Meghan that we saw.
“We have seen time and time again that she is not one of us. And what do you mean by none of us?
“And I think there are things like that that Harry really needed to adjust to and learn to see when it would happen before him. And Meghan would have been the person who led him on this journey. & # 39;
During the interview, the authors also discussed the events that ultimately led to the Duke and Duchess deciding to take a step back from the royal family.
Caroline Durand said, “Harry was really looking out for his family.
His wife felt hurt and they thought the best decision they could make was to step back, have a little more privacy, but still find themselves in a situation where they continue their mission and address the causes that these were important to them. & # 39;
On the reported tension between Prince Harry and his brother, Mr. Scobie added, "I think one of the early stories you saw from this book was that conversation between Harry and William in which William apparently gives fraternal advice Harry, because he may have watched how quickly his relationship with Meghan was progressing.
"And I think there have been some people who have commented that this might have been a moment when Harry was too sensitive.
“But I think we really have to look at the bigger picture here and what led to this moment. Harry was already aware of some of the murmurs going on behind his back in the royal household about Meghan.
The couple's upcoming biography, Finding Freedom, was written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand
“He had also seen some of his own friends talk about Meghan or make negative remarks behind her back that he had been given back on. When William sat down and had this conversation with him, that was the starting point. & # 39;
It was revealed this week that Prince Charles has remained in regular contact with his son despite being hurt by revelations in the upcoming bio.
The biography offers a glimpse into Harry and Meghan's relationships with his brother and sister-in-law, father, and the entire royal family.
However, the Prince of Wales, alleged to have been hurt by some of the allegations in the book, has been in regular contact with Prince Harry in hopes that the door can be kept open for a return, Sun reports.
A royal insider told the newspaper, “You've been in regular contact since he moved to Los Angeles. Charles is not an avid user of texts, but there are video and phone calls.
& # 39; The book has never been a massive topic of conversation between them and Charles firmly believes that it is not a hindrance. & # 39;
The Sussexes, who resigned as working royals earlier this year, recently moved to a 14-acre estate in Beverly Hills' famous 90210 zip code after flying off the Vancouver Island they lived on in March.