Meghan Markle I'm Getting Hostage Training How to Alert and Escape

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Speaking at an event in NY on Monday, the actor, who plays the Duke of Edinburgh in the Netflix drama, said he pities the bride-to-be because "life as she knows it is gone".

New attention: Smith said that "life as [Meghan] knows it is gone".

"I feel sorry for her". In season 2 of The Crown, Philip reluctantly lived in the shadow of his wife, Queen Elizabeth II (played by Claire Foy), as they are both forced to adhere to tradition and royal customs.

A famous quote reads - "Brothers are as close as hands and feet" - and it seems like Prince Harry believes in it in real life too.

"This would not have been conceivable, this would not have happened 50 years ago", reckoned Foy.

'And I think that's why the monarchy will survive and thrive, because it's willing to change and listen to the people and realize that some elements of the institution are outdated and unnecessary'. We're also told she'll get some basic psychology training on dealing with her captors. This handsome woman just sort of tripped and fell into my life.

However on this occasion, the bride-to-be was absent and thought to be at home at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace. "We're fine with Meghan Markle", says Brown, "as long as she's just like Kate Middleton".

According to Brown, women in the media also get less visibility than men, so if there's one fascinating woman on our radar there's less appreciation for another.

Alex Bomberg, a former Royal Aide and CEO of a British personal security firm, told the Independent, "If you can imagine her being put into a room, being treated as if she was a hostage, the room being stormed by the SAS, she will be put through that training".

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