MEGHAN Markle wants to be “protective” towards her better half Harry as the ruler uncovered he might have been “near total breakdown” in a touchy tell-all illustrious history.
Ruler Harry, 33, said he “let everything around me destroy me” as he attempted to grapple with the loss of his mom, Princess Diana.
Writer and writer Angela Levin said the sovereign’s powerless side means his better half, the Duchess of Sussex, feels like she needs to secure him.
In ‘Harry: Conversations with the Prince, seen by Express.co.uk, Ms Levin stated: “Not at all like William, Harry needs lost of consolation and comprehension.
“Indeed, even today he some of the time has a quality of powerlessness and bitterness.
“It’s a piece of what has charmed him to such a large number of individuals everything being equal and sorts the world over and maybe why Meghan Markle now and then wants to be nurturing towards him.”
Ruler Harry advised how for quite a long time he attempted to conceal his emotions about the loss of Princess Diana.
The ruler was only 12 when his cherished mother was torn from him after she was executed in a pile up in a passage in Paris in 1997.
Ms Levin stated: “For a considerable length of time he had concealed his worries openly. ‘I was a regular twenty, twenty-five, twenty-eight-year-old circling going ‘life is awesome’, ‘life is fine’.
“He could help other people, but not himself.
“For years Harry felt he was ‘very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions’.
“He knew something was wrong, but he said: ‘I just couldn’t put my finger on it. Instead of dealing with it I buried my head in the sand and let everything around me tear me to pieces.’”
Harry said: “I started to have conversations and actually all of a sudden this grief that I have never processed started to come to the forefront and I was like, there is actually a lo of stuff here that I need to deal with.
“For me personally, my brother, you know, bless him, was a huge support to me. He kept saying ‘This is not right, this is not normal, you need to talk to someone about stuff, it’s OK.’
But it was a few years before the Duke of Sussex found the strength to seek help for his mental health problems.
The 33-year-old told Ms Levin: “The timing wasn’t right. You need to feel it in yourself, you need to find the right person to talk to, as well.”
Prince Harry has continued his mother’s legacy, raising awareness over Aids and homelessness issues, not only in the UK but around the world.
He along with his brother William, sister-in-law Kate and wife Meghan, are patrons to mental health charity, Heads Together.