MEGHAN Markle may have achieved international fame in his own right to his role in Settings – but Prince Harry failed to "explain how powerful" life was in the Royal Family, an expert claimed.
Appearing on Yahoo's podcast The Royal Box, royal editor Tim Ewart claimed that the future wife of Prince Harry would always need to "be ready to face what will happen" in the spotlight.
Acknowledging that Meghan is a "famous actress", the expert said: "But he was not hunted by the paparazzi."
Equating the monarchy with the "cauldron," the former Kingdom editor of ITV added: "This Royal Family surpassed anything he could hope for and that would be very, very difficult for Harry, as did William and Kate, to explain how intense it was."
Commenting on intense public scrutiny, Tim acknowledged that "every expression, movement, comment" had the potential to become front page news.
What's more, experts also compared members of the community and the paparazzi because "everyone who was met by members of the Royal Family had a smart phone" to take photos.
He added: "Every word spoken, no matter where the TV camera is, no matter where the photographer, the photographer, they can be anywhere.
"But everyone has their cellphone or iPad, nothing personal anymore."
Last week, footage found from a Royal Family fan account showed Meghan confessing to Pharrell "they didn't make it easy" when he opened up about his struggle with public life at the premiere of the Lion King.
Meanwhile, insiders also claimed that Meghan had "struggled with the intensity of the spotlight" since marrying the Royal Family because of "different levels" of the fame of his Jas.
The Duchess of Sussex was also criticized this month after viewers at Wimbledon were banned from taking photos of Meghan after being told that he was there in "personal capacity" to watch his game Serena Williams was played.
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