Meghan Markle shared an insight into the relationship between Prince Harry and Prince Charles. She shed light on how she felt, noting that she does not want her husband to lose his father.

In an extensive interview with New York magazine’s “The Cut,” the former actress talked about several topics, including her and her husband’s upcoming projects. But, the strained relationship with the Duke of Sussex’s family, the British Royals, remained the “key talking points,” according to Town & Country.

In the exchange, the Duchess of Sussex was asked about her estranged tie to her own father, Thomas Markle. But, it is said that the topic led to a revelation about the Prince of Wales and his youngest son.

The magazine quoted part of the piece, writing, “Meghan [Markle] does not stay in her sadness for long; instead, she uses it to discuss how toxic tabloid culture has torn two families apart.”

It continues, “Harry said to me, ‘I lost my dad in this process’ It does not have to be the same for them as it was for me, but that is his decision.”

People, in its recent piece covering the Duchess of Sussex’s interview, recalled what Prince Harry previously shared about his relationship with the Prince of Wales.

As noted, the royal-born Prince told Oprah Winfrey during their bombshell interview in 2021 that the future King “stopped taking [his] calls” with regard to conversations involving his and the Duchess of Sussex’s exit back in 2020. He also revealed that the British Royal Family “literally cut [him] off financially” following their decision to step back as senior working royals.

Elsewhere in the exchange with “The Cut,” Meghan Markle talked about forgiveness. She revealed whether there is room for it between her and the British Royal Family.

Elle, in its report covering the interview, quoted the Duchess of Sussex, saying, “I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy to not forgive. But it takes a lot of effort to forgive.”

For her part, the former actress stated that she has “really made an active effort, especially knowing that [she] can say anything.”

In the end, though, the former working royal asserted that she has “a lot to say until” she doesn’t. She added, “Do you like that? Sometimes, as they say, the silent part is still part of the song.”

The interview comes ahead of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s return to the United Kingdom. They are headed to visit a series of charitable events next week.

The couple, who last went to the U.K. in June, will first go to Manchester. They will then travel to Germany to kick off the countdown for next year’s Invictus Games before flying back to the United Kingdom.