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”And he talked about what the African continent means to him personally.
“I have this sense of complete relaxation and normality [here]. This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world.
“Any the end of day I’m really just proud of who I am and where I come from and we have never put any focus on that,” she said.
“We were just hit so hard at the beginning with a lot of mistruths.” Markle said she had met Queen Elizabeth, who she said was an incredible woman.
How that first trip turned into a boyhood obsession; and how he now sets aside four to six weeks every summer to come out here.
“Not on safari,” he said, but to spend time with what he calls “the most down-to-earth people I know on the planet”—those involved in the complex and unceasing work of wildlife conservation.
After just two dates on two consecutive days in London in July of 2016, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took what the prince characterized in their official engagement interview as a “huge leap”—they went on vacation together. And not to enjoy the predictable luxuries of, say, a private villa in the south of France, or on Lake Como, or in Seychelles. They stayed in a tent in what Harry described as “the middle of nowhere.” Which is an accurate way to characterize the bush in Botswana.
Not only is this southern African country among the least populated in the world (about 3.5 people per square kilometer), it has also set aside an unprecedented amount of its land as protected wilderness.
Harry said he had to warn his future wife about the media attention they would face.As she got to know Harry, Markle learnt about the huge amount of public scrutiny that the royals face, and she said she was not prepared for the level of attention their relationship would have.“I did not have any understanding of just what it would be like,” she said, saying there was a misconception that because she was an actress she would be used to being in the media spotlight.LONDON (Reuters) - Just four weeks after a blind date with U. actress Meghan Markle that left him “beautifully surprised”, Britain’s Prince Harry took his wife-to-be on a trip to Botswana to camp under the stars in his tent. I was like, ‘OK well I’m going to have to really up my game here’,” Harry said.Harry, 33, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and fifth-in-line to the British throne, and Markle, 36, best known for her role in the U. TV legal drama “Suits”, got engaged this month at their cottage in London over a roast chicken dinner. “It was I think about three maybe four weeks later that I managed to persuade her to come and join me in Botswana and we camped out with each other under the stars.” Harry and Markle, who is a divorcee, met in July 2016 after they were introduced through a friend who set them up on a blind date.