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Meghan Markle shared an update on her and Prince Harry's marriage following the conclusion of their tour in Nigeria.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began dating in 2016 and got married in May 2018 at Windsor Castle.


The couple have two young children together Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 2.

Meghan told People: "We're just doing great. And happy to be watching our family grow up and evolve.



"Of course, I'm happy. We're really happy."

During her time in Nigeria, the Duchess of Sussex discussed how she balances work with motherhood.

Meghan co-hosted an event on Women in Leadership in Nigeria and opened up on the impact her mentor Bonnie Hammer had on her perspective.

She said: "When I was on season one of Suits, so that was a long time ago. Now I know the show is having a resurgence, but that was a long time ago. Let's say maybe a decade ago.



"Bonnie Hammer, who runs NBCUniversal, was a huge mentor, remains a huge mentor to me.

"And I remember having the good fortune at the time that she invited me to have breakfast and I thought this was just the biggest deal in the world."

Meghan continued: "And I asked her that exact question. I said, 'How do you find the balance?' And she said, 'You don't, you'll never find the balance.'

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"And this was before I was married, before I had children before all the things in my life have certainly had a plot twist.

"And it struck me and it stayed with me for a long time because you say, 'Well how can you be so successful? And she's a mother as well and she's married and says that you'll never find the balance? What does life feel like if it's imbalanced?'"

The Duchess of Sussex concluded: "What I think that to mean now is that balance will always change for you. That balance, what seemed balanced ten years ago is going to shift.

"And so being a mum has always been a dream of mine. And I'm so fortunate that we have two beautiful, healthy, very chatty sweet children."

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