US report: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'in couple's therapy'
The couple are said to be have encountered problems
After the stress of having their first child, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently "in couples’ therapy" to deal with current disagreements, according to a sensational US report today.
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“They don’t have a nanny yet, so they’ve been juggling everything themselves and don’t always see eye to eye,” an insider tells OK! Magazine.
As a consequence, the couple have been at odds and "suffering as a result".
“Harry’s ready to blow and Meghan isn’t too far behind him,” the sources adds.
The tension at The Trooping of The Colour was evident when Harry snapped at his wife in front of all the crowds and the "embarrassing incident prompted Harry to suggest couple’s counselling."
According to the publication Meghan has agreed to her husband’s wishes.
“They’ve started seeing a professional to help them through this transition period and to keep them from turning against each other,” the insider adds.
“Meghan saw it as a burden at first but she’s come round. Without outside helpl, they’re not sure how they’ll handle it all.”
The palace is yet to comment on OK! magazine's claims.