Meghan Markle just took a swipe at how the members of the royal family are dealing with all sorts of issues. In her recent interview, the Duchess of Sussex said that it could be damaging to always have a stiff upper lip.

While speaking with Express, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that two important things may be deduced from what the “Suits” alum told ITV’s Tom Bradby.

He said that Prince Harry and Markle are clearly unhappy with the conventional royal roles that they need to play because this isn’t their style. But Fitzwilliams said that the couple’s recent swipe puts them in danger of never being contented or happy as royals.

“ The only problem is, if you abandon the stiff upper lip and you replace it with emotional appeals as well as legal action and you are still unhappy, what happens then?” he said.

Prince Harry and Markle received flak for their recent statements in the documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.” After all, Queen Elizabeth II has trained the members of the royal family to never explain and never complain. But despite all of the criticisms, the royal couple is standing by each other’s sides.

Markle also told Bradby that even though life as a royal has been challenging, she’s happy to have her husband and son with her.

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also made headlines after it was revealed that Markle was one of the people who encouraged Prince Harry to open up about Princess Diana’s death.

Journalist Bryony Gordon told the Daily Telegraph that it was Markle who urged Prince Harry to do the “Mad World” podcast two years ago. At that time, the couple was still dating.

But years earlier, Prince William also did the same thing for his younger brother. He encouraged Prince Harry to seek help so that he could finally talk about their mother’s death and move on from it.

Harry & Meghan An African Journey
“Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” airs Wednesday, Oct. 23 on ABC and includes exclusive interviews with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. ABC News