Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been in the public eye since their royal exit and recently welcomed their second baby, little Lilibet Diana. However, despite their loving family, things have not been easy for them.
You'll recall that in recent years the relationship between Harry and his brother Prince William has grown distant. In the Oprah interview, Meghan and Harry also said they felt unprotected as royals and even made claims of racism against the Royal Family.
Prince Harry's relationship with mother-in-law Doria Ragland
Harry has said several times that part of his decision to leave royal life was because he doesn't want his wife Meghan to suffer the same exposure and media attention as his mother, the late Princess Diana.
Now reports cited by the Daily Mail assures that Queen Elizabeth's grandson has found comfort not only in his partner but also in his mother-in-law.
Meghan's mother Doria Ragland has been a cornerstone for the couple in recent months, to the extent that Harry even goes to her "for advice."
Meghan Markle's mother is like a "mom" to Harry
The reports explain that the relationship between Harry and Doria is very significant because Harry "doesn't have a mum whom he can turn to," having lost Diana at an early age.
The relationship between the two is so strong that such reports say Harry calls Doria "mom." Meghan, for her part, also has a very good relationship with her mother.