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Researchers Are Afraid Meghan Markle's Labor Had A Psychological Impact On Prince Harry

Date August 5, 2019 20:45

On May 6th, 2016, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their long-awaited son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.

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By the way, he is seventh in the line of succession to the British throne.

When the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex demonstrated their newborn son to journalists and other people, Prince Harry described his presence during the labor as the most amazing experience in life.

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Psychological impact

And even though Harry seemed to looked happy and fully satisfied, experts are worried it impacted him greatly.

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Researchers at Oxford University conducted a study on fathers who were present during their wife's labor.

They claim most father who were present during the labor suffered from PTSD.

The forefront of the research, Professor Marian Knight, said:

For the dads, it's extremely vivid because they are fully aware of what's going on.

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Nevertheless, Prince Harry stated he couldn't comprehend how “any woman does what they do”, therefore, it is safe to assume that Prince Harry is totally ecstatic about the childbirth and nothing more!

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Hopefully, the childbirth only had a positive psychological impact on Prince Harry!

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