Prince Harry has been speaking out about mental health this week, even revealing that he sought counselling following the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales. But when it comes to talking about his girlfriend Meghan Markle, the prince is keeping his cards close to his chest.
When asked by Sky News' Rhiannon Mills whether he was feeling "happier" now that he had a certain lady in his life, Harry tactfully dodged the question, bringing the interview back to his mental health campaign. "You seem in a really good place at the moment, you seem very focused on what you want to do, but you also seem to be very happy. Is that partly to do with having a lady in your life?" asked Rhiannon.
"I think, I think the point that we've learnt over this campaign is that if you talk, if you're able and comfortable enough to be able to talk about certain issues, certain experiences, then you come out of it a far better person," replied Harry. "But you're in a good place at the moment?" asked Rhiannon. "Yeah, of course, I'm in a good place, we're all in a good place and we want the UK to be in a good place as well," said Harry.
The Prince and his girlfriend Meghan, star of American TV show Suits, have been dating since the summer and their transatlantic relationship has gone from strength to strength. The pair make every effort to see each other regularly, with Harry, 32, flying out to Toronto last week to see his girlfriend. In the past month, Meghan has shut down her lifestyle blogThe Tig and ended her role as ambassador to Canadian clothing company Reitmans – signs that she is preparing for a future with her Prince.