Megan Markle fell victim to online bullying during her pregnancy

A victim of online bullying she denounced being the Duchess of Sussex, Britain, with comments that “explain hatred” at her expense, during her two pregnancies, adorning the toxicity and lack of humanity on the internet and by some media. Megan Markle married King Charles’ second son, Harry, in 2018 and the couple have had two children, 4-year-old Archie and 2-year-old Lilibett. “The volume of bullying and mistreatment that I experienced on social media and the internet, when I was pregnant with Archie and Lily, and with a newborn,” Megan said yesterday during an event at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. “You’re just thinking about all this and you’re really trying to understand why people could express so much hatred… In cyberspace and in some sectors of the media, we have forgotten our humanity and this must change.” Harry and Megan spoke openly about the difficulties they faced as members of the British royal family, especially after they withdrew from their royal duties and moved to California, a decision that, according to Harry, was made to protect his family. Megan’s appearance takes place at a difficult time for the royal family, after Charles was diagnosed with cancer and Kate, the wife of Harry’s older brother, William, is recovering from an operation.