Meghan says biggest regret over royal life was ‘believing I would be protected’

Meghan Markle has taken aim at the royal family – claiming her biggest regret was "believing I would be protected".

ITV will show Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview with US TV host Oprah Winfrey in full on Monday night and on ITV Hub.

In the talk, Meghan said she felt suicidal and also said there were Palace concerns about the colour of baby Archie's skin.

And when asked what her regrets were, the Duchess responded: "I have one. My one regret is believing them when they said I would be protected.

"I believed that I regret believing that, because if I had seen that wasn't happening, I would have been able to do more. But I wasn't supposed to see it, I wasn't supposed to know."

In the chat, the Duchess also revealed that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, had reduced her to tears.

The Duchess of Sussex was asked about a claim she had made the Duchess of Cambridge cry.

But Meghan hit back, saying the "reverse happened" and that Kate made her cry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's chat with Oprah will air in full on ITV on Monday night and and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS.

Meghan said she did not want to be “disparaging to anyone” and claimed Kate apologised with flowers and a note “to take accountability”.

It was not a “confrontation” and it would not be “fair” to Kate to go into detail, she said, adding it was “hard to get over” being blamed for something she did not do.

Meghan said “everyone in the institution knew that wasn’t true” and she hoped Kate “would have wanted that to be corrected”, adding “she is a good person”.

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