The reactions to Meghan Markle's ITV interview were very intense last night
It's safe to say the whole world felt for Meghan Markle after watching her and Harry's ITV documentary last night.
The documentary centred around Meghan and Harry's trip to Africa, but also touched on how hard the past few years have been with them in the spotlight.
Meghan spoke candidly about her struggles, saying that she tried to keep her emotions suppressed - but that isn't healthy for anyone.
After Harry & Meghan: An African Journey aired, the hashtag #WeLoveYouMeghan began trending with Twitter users offering words of support to the Duchess.
Incredibly heartbreaking even more now that I’ve seen the whole thing. One gets a sense of the pressure #MeghanMarkle is under especially. I hope their marriage will survive it. I hope she will. #WeLoveYouMeghan
— 3 Wise Monkeys ??? ??? (@MizaKikaIwa) October 21, 2019
Meghan is a beautiful strong courageous woman and it is wrong that the media has been so emotionally abusive towards her. She should know that many people support her loving efforts as a mother, wife and Duchess. Stay strong!#WeLoveYouMeghan
— Claudia (@CiciBills) October 21, 2019
My new favourite quote from the highly intelligent , smart, eloquent duchess of Sussex
“It’s not enough to survive something - that's not the point of life. You've got to thrive and feel happy". Meghan, duchess of Sussex #harryandmegan #WeLoveYouMeghan #HarryAndMeghan
— MsKartinsWorld?? (@flotus1982) October 21, 2019
— cherry est (@lareinexox) October 21, 2019
For a nation that love a love story, route for an underdog and are more in-tune to mental health than ever, we seem intent on destroying Meghan Markle. Are we really still putting paper sales over an individual's wellbeing? It's systematically sadistic and just really bloody sad.
— Jon Sharp (@sharpstuffbits) October 21, 2019
I'm the first to say I don't like the rota family or the idea of a monarchy. With that being said, what Meghan Markle has been put through by the British tabloids is disgusting and she and Prince Harry do not deserve it at all.
— Becca (@rxbecca_oo) October 21, 2019
Prince Harry also touched on the subject of the media during his own interview, saying that he doesn't want "a repeat of the past."
"I will always protect my family and now I have a family to protect.
"So everything that she went through, and what happened to her, is incredibly important every single day, and that is not me being paranoid, that is just me not wanting a repeat of the past."