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Meghan Markle says The Firm ‘took away my keys and passport’ when she became a royal



Meghan Markle says The Firm ‘took away my keys and passport’ when she became a royal


Meghan Markle claims that when she became a full-time royal, her passport and keys were taken from her.

Markle detailed the unexpected compromises she had to make when she joined the British royal family in Winfrey’s explosive interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which aired on CBS.

“When I joined that family, that was the last time – until we came here – that I saw my passport, my driver’s licence, my keys,” Meghan explained.

“All that gets turned over. I didn’t see any of that anymore.”

The Duchess said she struggled and felt lonely, and that she was not provided appropriate help.

“No, that’s what I was asking to do.” Markle said when Winfrey asked if she had contemplated admitting herself into a hospital or a mental-health facility.


“You can’t just do that” she remarked, adding, “I couldn’t, you know, call an Uber to the palace.”

“You couldn’t just go,” she said. “I mean, you have to understand as well, when I joined that family, that was the last time, until we came here, that I saw my passport, my driver’s license, my keys. All that gets turned over.”

“Well, the way you’re describing this, it’s like you were trapped and couldn’t get help, even though you’re on the verge of suicide. That’s what you are describing,” Winfrey remarked.

Markle concurred, saying,   “That’s the truth.”

Insiders told the Sun that the 39-year-old had traveled to at least ten different nations as a tourist and had to show her passport.

According to the site, all members of the royal family, except Queen Elizabeth II, are required to have a passport while traveling abroad, and Markle had 13 vacations after seeing Harry, including travels to New York, Ibiza, Botswana, Italy, and Amsterdam.

According to royal sources, her passport had to be kept safe to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands, and she would have had to use it for international trips, according to the Sun.

Margaret Holder, a royal novelist, told the Sun, “Of course the royal family would want to keep Meghan’s passport safe.”

“But it’s unthinkable she didn’t carry it for personal and private trips such as her New York baby shower, traveling to see friends in Canada, partying in Amsterdam, and going to Lake Como with George Clooney,” she added.

Meghan also said that as a working member of the Royal Family, she felt lonely and isolated.

“I am everywhere but I am nowhere,” Meghan explained.

Everyone was concerned about the optics of her conduct, the Duchess argued, but “has anyone talked about how it feels?”

“Because right now I could not feel lonelier,” she said.

The Duchess also spoke of having suicide thoughts at her lowest point, stating she “just didn’t want to be alive anymore” when she was five months pregnant with Archie.

“That was a very clear and real and frightening, constant thought,” she explained.

After the barrage of media assaults, Meghan said she went to a top staffer to “get help,” but was told it would be a bad look for the institution.

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