“We are stuck together for the rest of our lives,” says Prince Harry for Meghan Markle and wins hearts


If he wasn’t probably the Most Loved Royal already, Prince Harry’s recent revelation would have won him that award, for sure! The prince was part of a roundtable discussion along with his brother William, The Duke of Cambridge; his sister-in-law, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge; and his fiancée, ex-actor Meghan Markle.

During the course of the discussion, he was asked whether there were ever any disagreements in the family. No politically correct reply forthcoming from the red-haired prince, as he replied, “Oh yes!”

Even as the audience erupted into laughter, Prince Harry continued, “I can’t remember all the disagreements as they come so thick and fast. I think it is really good that we’ve got four different personalities and we’ve all got that same passion to want to make a difference.”


He added, “Working as a family does have its challenges, of course it does. The fact everybody here is laughing shows exactly what it’s like. But we are stuck together for the rest of our lives.” The prince was engagingly open at the first annual forum to celebrate the success of The Royal Foundation.

Recommended Read: Kate Middleton flaunts her baby bump at Commonwealth Fashion Exchange

The event was also Meghan’s first official joint appearance with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. So far, she has only made appearances alongside her fiance, Prince Harry.
A Royal Foundation spokesperson said: “We are delighted to welcome Meghan to the Foundation. She has always shown great drive and compassion for making a difference in the world, and we are excited to embark on important projects together.”


Delivering his opening address, Prince William said that he was “particularly happy” to welcome Meghan to the fold. Speaking at the forum, Meghan shared her thoughts on the issue of female empowerment in particular. She said, “I think what’s interesting is I hear a lot of people say when speaking about women’s empowerment is that we need to help women find a voice. I fundamentally disagree with that because women don’t need to find a voice – they have a voice – they need to feel empowered to use it and people need to be encouraged to listen.


“Right now in this climate, we are seeing so many campaigns like MeToo, TimesUp, there is no better time than to really continue to shine a light on women feeling empowered, and people really helping to support them, men included in that – it makes such a tremendous difference,” she added.