Prince Albert Is Passing His Wisdom To Prince Harry And Meghan Markle

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 26, 2017

There isn't a whole lot of precedent for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relationship, as the red-haired British royal-fifth in line to the throne-and the divorced American actress continue to be, as they say, going strong. So it's no surprise that he's has some advice for Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle-but it is a surprise about how utterly English it is!

'Especially in the British royal family, which is scrutinised by the press as no one's been'. "I can't imagine how that will be on them, on her", Albert continued.

'Being an actress, in a way, gets you a little prepared but nothing really can prepare you for the constant pace of it. Particularly now that the pace has changed so much. It's hard for anyone to handle, ' he added.

Albert's advice is clearly influenced by his mother, Princess Grace, who is a natural comparison to Meghan: both were Hollywood stars and also Americans.

"Mum said being an actress did prepare you a little", Albert said. "It familiarised you a little with the press". It familiarized you a little with the press.

Prince William admits that their childhood experiences with photographers made them more heedful.

"When we went on family holidays together, we would take an hour on the first morning and give that to the photographers", Albert tells People. We let them have that hour and in return they would let us go on with our lives during the vacation'.

Stephane Cardinale - Corbis via Getty Images Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco leave the religious ceremony of the Wedding at the Prince's Palace, in Monaco.

He noted that he hoped that same tactic could work for Harry and Meghan, but he "can't imagine the difference now with the increased pace of news and social media".

Behind the red carpet shows, well wishes during public appearances around the world, and the occasional glimpse into their private lives during candid interviews with the press, it's very rare to gain insight into what happens behind closed doors in the Royal Family, let alone how they actually feel when it comes to dealing with public scrutiny.

He told People: "The only kind of advice I can offer is the British expression: 'Keep calm and carry on.'" So it's not only T-shirts in Magaluf that offer those words of wisdom.

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