The Duchess of Sussex is no stranger to the men in her life causing her just a little trouble. The newly minted royal is not only continually called out by her father on the world stage, but her ex-husband Trevor Engelson is currently created a TV comedy about an American divorcee who moves to London and married a Prince.
Hunter Johnson, who runs the Man Cave - an organisation that promotes "positive masculinity" - has claimed Meghan shared her "concerns with him", the Daily Mail reports.
"Meghan came up to me and said: 'Hunter, Oh, my God. I wish the Man Cave was around when I was young. I know so many men who really needed this'," Johnson quotes the duchess as saying.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet CEO of the Man Cave Hunter Johnson
Daily Mail reports the comments were made during a reception held at Buckingham Palace earlier this year.
Meghan and Prince Harry met Johnson, whose group encourages "emotional intelligence" among young men, for a second time when they visited his native Melbourne during their recent tour of Australia.
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