Meghan Markle tells all: Major takeaways from Duchess’ latest sit-down interview

BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 23: Meghan Markle is seen ahead of her visit with Prince Harry to the iconic Titanic Belfast during their trip to Northern Ireland on March 23, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

Meghan Markle spilled the beans again in a wide-ranging interview with Variety magazine.

The Duchess of Sussex granted unprecedented access to her and Prince Harry’s private lives, including her experience after leaving her senior royal position for a new life in America.

Here are some of the most important takeaways from Meghan Markle’s most recent interview.

When asked how she felt about Queen Elizabeth II’s death, Meghan Markle described the late monarch as a “shining example of female leadership.”

When asked how her loss affected her, the former “Suits” star said she received an “outpouring of love and support.”

She also expressed her appreciation for having her husband by her side and supporting him, especially during this difficult time.

The Duchess of Sussex also expressed gratitude and privilege for spending so much time with her husband’s grandmother’s legacy, calling it “wonderful.”

As she continued to reflect on Queen Elizabeth’s death, Meghan Markle hinted that it had been a difficult time explaining her life since the shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2020.

In the interview, which 18 million people watched, she revealed devastating insights into the inner workings of the royal family while also revealing her struggle with mental health.

However, she attended Gloria Steinem’s party a few days after her interview with Oprah and received support from Pamela Adlon and others to ensure she felt “welcomed.”

“It’s like they knew exactly what I needed to feel in that moment. It meant, and still means, so very much to me.”

“The power of sisterhood and female support can never be underestimated.”

Meghan Markle stated that she and Prince Harry are “joyful” with their new life after departing from the United States.

She said that was “all” they hoped to achieve for themselves and their two children, adding that she had already achieved that goal of happiness.

Meghan Markle believes her podcast “Archetypes” will improve people’s perceptions of her. People become “dehumanized” amid the “noise,” she adds.

Meghan also stated that she wants the podcast to remind people that she is normal, especially after admitting that the pressures of royal life caused her to consider suicide.

“Never say never,” Meghan Markle said, but she also said she would “absolutely not” perform again.