Meghan Markle says that the day of her now-famous candid interview, she was 'running a marathon' balancing mom and duchess responsibilities
A screenshot from Meghan Markle's interview from an ITV News documentary from October 2019. ITV News
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were interviewed on an episode of the "Teenager Therapy" podcast, which aired Saturday for World Mental Health Day.
Markle pondered the interview she did for an ITV documentary in 2019 in which she said, "Not many people have asked if I'm okay."
Almost a year later, Markle announced that on the day of the interview she felt she was "running a marathon".
"I was in a vulnerable moment because I was tired because there was no presentation - it was just, 'Here I am, I'm a mom who is with a four and a half month old baby and we're tired.'" said Markle.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave an exclusive interview on the "Teenager Therapy" podcast on an episode that aired Saturday in light of World Mental Health Day.
Subsequently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex addressed the stigma of mental health conversations and discussed how they prioritize mental wellbeing.
During part of the interview, one of the podcast hosts asked Markle, "How are you?"
Markle replied, "Wasn't it funny? Somebody asked me about a year ago."
Markle was referring to a widespread interview she did for an ITV News documentary released in October 2019 in which journalist Tom Bradby asked Markle if she was okay and she said, "Not many people have asked, if I am fine."
On the Teen Therapy episode, Markle continued, "We were on a tour in South Africa and on the last day of the tour man, I was tired and wanted to give Archie a bath and we were on our way. Lots of people know not that it's like running a marathon. In between every official engagement, I ran back to make sure our son was fed. "
Prince Harry added, "She was still breastfeeding at the time."
Markle said that she didn't expect her answer to Bradbury's question to attract people's attention.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with baby Archie during their 2019 tour in South Africa. Pool / Samir Hussein / WireImage / Getty Images
"I didn't know my answer would get that kind of interest from around the world because I said, 'Thanks - people didn't really ask me if I was okay.' I haven't thought about that answer, I just answered honestly because I was in a moment of vulnerability, because I was tired, because there was no presentation - it was just, "Here I am, I'm a mother with the I'm a four and a half month old baby together and we're tired, "said Markle.
The Duchess said to the hosts of the "teenage therapy": "I'm really fine today, so thank you for asking. The last few months have been overshadowed for everyone. We certainly cannot complain, we are lucky we have all our." Health, we have roofs over our heads. "
In the interview, the couple also discussed the importance of being open about mental health, how to stay calm in situations that can be nerve-wracking, and how to deal with difficulties.
Listen to the full podcast episode with Markle and Harry on the latest episode of Teenager Therapy.
Representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex declined to comment. "Teenage Therapy" officials did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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