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Prince Harry Begging Wife Meghan Markle To Get Therapy: 'He's Ready To Blow & She's Right Behind Him!!'

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex Leaving the National War Memorial on October 28, 2018 in Wellington, New Zealand. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on their official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
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Jul. 16 2019, Updated 12:33 p.m. ET

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They’ve only been married a year but the strains of living in the royal bubble are already taking their toll on Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle’s relationship, and sources tell Harry has begged her to enter therapy.

“Between the new parent exhaustion, the feud with Will and Kate, the royal expectations, her crazy family and everything else Harry is ready to blow – and Meghan isn’t far behind him,” a source told

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As readers know, since Meghan first married Harry in 2018, she hasn’t been shy about ignoring royal protocols, and wanting to do things her way.

“Meghan feels that the rules and regulations in connection with Royal protocol are antiquated to forward thinking Millennials,” a second source revealed about the American born princess. “Meghan and Harry respect tradition but want the freedom to do their own work and promote their causes without being held back by any constraints.

Sources confirm her behavior has become a real point of contention for the royal family and has only added to a stressful first year.

The family tension seems to have spilled over to in-laws Kate Middleton and Prince William, who have been rumored to be feuding with the couple, which was especially evident at the recent christening of Meghan and Harry‘s baby son Archie.

Although the christening went off smoothly, William, 37, wasn’t smiling in the group picture afterwards and clasped his hands stiffly in front of him.

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Kate, 37, seated in a chair but appearing worlds away from Meghan, smiled awkwardly and held a stiff seated pose next to her sister-in-law.

Prince Harry has long been a fan of helpful therapy, admitting to years of attacks both of panic and rage, especially after the tragic death of his mother, Lady Diana, in 1997. Without professional help, friends confess Harry isn’t sure how they’ll continue to handle it all.

“He’s credited therapy for saving him in the past and he thinks he and Meghan need it now before it’s too late,” the insider said.



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