Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in 2018, and their relationship has had its struggles, including a time when Harry worried that Meghan would leave him. The brutal British media ignored Harry’s pleas to stop the unfair "racial undertones" used to describe Markle; "she's going to dump me," Harry allegedly said of the pressure on their relationship.
Coverage of Markle increased around the time of her royal wedding; Associated Newspapers even published a personal letter that Markle had written to her father. British media coverage was so harsh that Meghan, Harry, and their son Archie left the country to live in America, stepping down from their royal duties.
Harry and Meghan have sued media companies and attempted to change how the media treats public figures, as the royal family — particularly women who marry into it — have always dealt with damaging tabloids. BBC says there’s an "invisible contract" between the royal family and the media, where both parties are involved with each other more than the public might think.