Prince Harry Addresses Claim He and Meghan Markle Didn’t Enjoy Post-Wedding Royal Tour

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Prince Harry Addresses Claim He and Meghan Markle Didn't Enjoy Post-Wedding Royal Tour

The couple toured Australia,
New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga five months after their royal wedding in 2018, just
as they announced they were expecting their first child.

Following the tour, one royal
biographer claimed that Meghan “hated every second of it”.

However, in a promotional
video for Travalyst’s new campaign released on Monday, Harry, who founded the
not-for-profit travel organization, remarked: “It was an incredible
time. We had an amazing time in New Zealand, it’s beautiful.”

Tina Brown, author of The
Palace Papers: Inside The House of Windsor – The Truth and The Turmoil, spoke
to over 120 people who know the Sussexes and wrote in her book released last
month: “[Meghan] apparently hated every second of it. She found the
itinerary of engagements ‘pointless,’ a former palace employee told me.

“[Meghan] didn’t
understand why things were set up in that way. Instead of being excited when
thousands of people showed up at the Opera House, it was very much like,
‘What’s the purpose? I don’t understand this.'”

Harry and Meghan visited New Zealand in 2018

Harry and Meghan visited New Zealand in 2018

During Harry and Meghan’s
tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, the Duchess also
admitted that royal tours, in general, were “exhausting”. The Sussexes
managed to fit in 26 engagements in 16 days during the Australasia tour.

During their Africa tour the
following year in 2019, they undertook an impressive 35 engagements in ten days
and it was then that Meghan revealed to journalist Tom Bradby that “not
many people” had asked if she was okay.

The Palace Papers by Tina Brown, £15, Amazon

The Palace Papers by Tina Brown, £15, Amazon

Reflecting on royal tours to
Oprah, Meghan admitted: “Those tours are – I’m sure they have beautiful
pictures and it looks vibrant and all of that is true. It’s also really
exhausting.

“So, I was fried, and I
think it just hit me so hard because we were making it look like everything was
fine. I can understand why people were really surprised to see that there was
pain there.”

 

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