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Fans 'Can't Believe The Difference' In Meghan Markle Two Years On

Fans 'Can't Believe The Difference' In Meghan Markle Two Years On

Meghan Markle was asked if she was okay in a new face-to-face interview.

Two years after ITV journalist Tom Brady asked Meghan Markle if she was 'okay' in a now viral interview, the Duchess of Sussex was once again asked the question - and fans can't believe the difference.

Watch the clip below:

Meghan sat down for an interview at the New York Times DealBook Online Summit to discuss parental rights.

Host Andrew Ross Sorkin asked: “Are you feeling better about everything? I’m serious. We just said mental health, and I think there was a moment when the world was asking a question.”

Meghan replied with a smile “Yes. I am feeling much better, thank you.”

Fans were happy about Meghan's new answer (

Viewers took to Twitter to celebrate the difference in Meghan's answers. One fan tweeted a clip from the interview, writing: "The last time Meghan Markle was asked how she was feeling versus now. The change is just everything."

A second Twitter user shared side-by-side screenshots from both interviews, with the 2019 ITV interview showing Meghan's emotional answer.

The Twitter account said: "Parallels between two situations where Meghan was asked if she was okay. Look at the difference that these years made."

A third person shared: "She was holding tears when was asked that question a few years back. Look at her now, how happy she is."

And a fourth account wrote: "Wonderful transformation from then and now. Thank goodness she have such a good man by her side who literally got her back."


Meghan made the emotional admission to Brady during her and Prince Harry’s 10-day tour of Africa two years ago.

She confided in Bradby and said it’s a “very real thing to be going through behind the scenes” when asked about media scrutiny and living under the spotlight.

The heartfelt interview aired during the ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which was filmed during the trip between September and October 2019.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke openly about race and mental health in their interview with Oprah this year (

The documentary also caught the public's attention after Prince Harry said the media had launched "ruthless campaign" against his wife.

The Sussexes announced they would step away from full-time royal duties in March 2020. It was agreed the situation would be reviewed in a year, and in February 2021 Buckingham Palace confirmed they would not return and Harry would give up his honorary military titles.

The same month the couple announced they were expecting their second child, three months after Meghan revealed in a New York Times article she had a miscarriage in July 2020.

Archie, 2, became a big brother in June 2021 with the arrival of his sister, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.

The Duchess would later open up further about her mental health struggles during her time undertaking royal duties with Prince Harry in her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.

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Featured Image Credit: ITV/New York Times

Topics: TV And Film, Royal Family, Meghan Markle, News