Biggest Take Aways From Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Interview with Oprah [Video]

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It’s been over a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, announced they were stepping back from their royal duties and relocation to America. But it wasn’t until Sunday that they gave their first big interview, which they granted to no less than Oprah. And a lot was revealed.

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By interview’s end, though, she showed off her strength. “I’ve lost my father, I lost a baby, I nearly lost my name, there’s the loss of identity,” Markle told Winfrey. “But I’m still standing, and my hope for people in the takeaway from this, is to know that there’s another side — to know that life is worth living.”

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