Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be the most famous couple in the world.
They may be written about more than any other twosome on the planet.
And yet... how much do you really know about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?!?
The Royal Lovers and parents of one aren't exactly an open book, which is why fans were so drawn to Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, a documentary that chronicled their recent 10-day trip to Africa.
What did The Duchess and The Duke reveal to journalist Tom Bradby?
Scroll down for a summary of ALL the revealing tea that was spilled...
Brother vs. Brother!
Harry addressed chatter of an ongoing feud with Prince William for the first time, saying: "Inevitably stuff happens. But we're brothers, we'll always be brothers. We're certainly on different paths at the moment. I'll always be there for him and as I know, he'll always be there for me. We don't see each other as much as we used to because we're so busy but I love him dearly."
It's Not All True, But...
"The majority of stuff is created out of nothing," he said on the program. "As brothers, we have good days and we have bad days."
Markle Addresses Racism
The former Suits actress opened up about her black heritage as she proudly identified as a woman of color during her speech at Cape Town’s Nyanga township, which was featured in the film.
What Did She Say?
"I would hope that people -- the world -- will get to a point where you just see us as a couple who is in love, right? Because I don't wake up every day and identify as being anything other than who I've always been. I'm Meghan and I married this incredible man, and this, to me, is just part of our love story," she told Bradby of her decision to open up about her race.
About That Speech?
"But for me, when I made the choice to add those words into the speech, it was really at the last minute, and I said to Harry, 'What do you think if I add this in? I don't know. It just felt right.' And he very kindly and supportively said, 'If that's what feels right, then that's what you should say.' Because it's true," Markle continued. "Before I was part of this family, that's how I identified, with people and connection, as a mother now, as a wife now ,but just as a woman of color, which has been brought to the forefront in a more prominent way."
Archie Met Desmond Tutu!
"It's not lost on us what a huge and significant moment that is, and I think Archie will look back at that in so many years and understand that right at the beginning of his life, he was fortunate enough to have this moment with one of the best and most impactful leaders of our time," Meghan told Bradby of hanging with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe. "So, it was really special."
Baby on Board... Not Bored
"I'll tell you what, he clearly loves Africa as well because he was up looking out the window," Harry said his 5-month old son. "He found his voice now, he's bouncing up and down and making more noise than he's ever made before and he's smiling all the time. He was happy before. He's the happiest here the past two days."
Could the Couple Move to Africa?!?
It's unlikely. "I don't know where we could live in Africa at the moment, we've just come from Cape Town. That would be an amazing place to be able to base ourselves," Harry said. "But with all the problems going on there... I don't see how we'd be able to make as big a difference as we want to."
They'll Clearly Be Back, Though
"The rest of our lives, our life's work with be predominantly focused on Africa on conservation... so there's a lot of things to be done, there's a lot of problems here, but also a lot of solutions," Harry added.
Breaking from Tradition?
"I don't think there is a new way or the old way," Harry said of talk that they're leading some sort of progrssive movement. "We're certainly not trying to lead the way. We're trying to do what feels natural to us, and be authentic."
Painful Memories of a Beloved Mother
Princess Diana famously visited South Africa just weeks before her 1997 death. This is what Harry said about that: "Being here now 22 years later, trying to finish what she started, it will be incredibly emotional, but everything I do reminds me of her. But as I said, with the role, with the job and the pressures that come with that, I get reminded of the bad stuff, unfortunately."
Harry Goes on the Attack
Harry and Meghan have filed a lawsuit
against the Daily Mail, as Harry is taking aggressive steps to end the bullying against his wife.
Dude is Done Just Sitting Around
"I will always protect my family, and now I have a family to protect," the new dad said of this decision. "Everything that she went through and what happened to her is incredibly raw, every single day, and that's not me being paranoid, that's just me not wanting a repeat of the past. And if anybody else knew what I knew, being it a father, be it a husband, be it anyone, you would be doing exactly what I'm doing as well."
Markle Could Use the Help
Not in some damsel in distress way. She just truly opened up about how the negative press coverage has been affecting her.
We Feel Awful for Her
"Any woman, especially when they're pregnant, you're really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging," she said in the documentary. "And then when you have a newborn, you know...especially as a woman, it's really, it's a lot, so you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed its, yeah, well I guess."
The Duchess is Suffering
"And also thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I'm OK," she continued. "But it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes."
This is Just Who We Are
"I would hope that the world would get to a point where you just see us as a couple who is in love," Markle added. "I don't wake up every day and identify as anything other than who I have always been. I am Meghan and I married this incredible man. This to me is just part of our love story."
On a Lighter Note...
... Markle has a nickname for her husband! "I have said for a long time to H -- that's what I call him -- it's not enough to just survive something, right? That's not the point of life." she also said in the documentary. "You've got to thrive, you've got to feel happy and I think I really tried to adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip. I tried, I really tried. But I think that what that does internally is probably really damaging and the biggest thing that I know is that I never thought this would be easy."
The Final, Powerful Word Goes to Harry
"It's management, it's constant management," he says of dealing with criticism and harassment.I thought I was out of the woods and then suddenly it all came back and I thought this is something I have to manage. Part of this job, and a part of any job means putting on a brave face and turning a cheek to a lot of the stuff, but again for me and for my wife, of course there's a lot of stuff that hurts, especially when a lot of that stuff is untrue. I will not be bullied into playing a game that killed my mum."