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Meghan Markle’s faith and relationship with God has ‘endured the darkest moments’

Meghan Markle’s faith plays a central role in her life, while prayer and conversations with God have helped her through the “ darkest moments, ” claims a source in Finding Freedom.

In the highly anticipated biography of authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, due out today, the insider claims that the Duchess of Sussex’s ‘spirituality’ saw her gather her Suits castmates for a ‘prayer circle’ before starting filming.

According to the source, who is reportedly a close friend and has often prayed with Meghan, 39, both she and Prince Harry, 35, have been on a ‘faith journey’ during their relationship.

Finding Freedom offers a highly detailed and personal version of the events leading up to the Sussex’s dramatic departure from royal life, with co-authors Scobie and Durand insisting that “ all the information in this book has at least two sources. ”

Meghan Markle's faith plays a central role in her life, while prayer and conversations with God have helped her through the `` darkest moments, '' claims a source in Finding Freedom. Pictured: Meghan spoke through a video link about the fight against gender and race inequality in a speech to young women around the world for the UN initiative Girl Up last month

Meghan Markle’s faith plays a central role in her life, while prayer and conversations with God have helped her through the “ darkest moments, ” claims a source in Finding Freedom. Pictured: Meghan spoke about the fight against gender and race inequality via video link in a speech to young women around the world for the UN Girl Up initiative last month

Discussing the alleged betrayal of her old school friend Ninaki Priddy, who claimed she was not at all shocked by the news of Meghan’s engagement because “ she was always fascinated by the royal family, ” the Duchess’s friend told the authors: ‘ Part What helped Meghan to get through this difficult time was her faith.

Her relationship with God and with her church is extremely important to her. Most people don’t know about her.

‘It plays a central role in her life, as an individual, as a woman.’

They added: “When I tell you that her faith is a big part of her life, it is her faith in God.

Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand's biography, out today, claims that the Duchess of Sussex's `` spirituality '' had seen her gather her Castmates from Suits for a `` prayer circle '' before they started filming. Shown with co-star Patrick J Adams

Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand's biography, out today, claims that the Duchess of Sussex's `` spirituality '' had seen her gather her Castmates from Suits for a `` prayer circle '' before they started filming. Shown with co-star Patrick J Adams

Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s biography, out today, claims that the Duchess of Sussex’s “ spirituality ” had seen her gather her Castmates from Suits for a “ prayer circle ” before they started filming. Shown with co-star Patrick J Adams

It’s her trust in her family. Her confidence in the people closest to her. ‘

Another source claimed: “It is prayer and conversations with God that have helped her through the darkest moments.

That is something that plays an important role in her life and her relationship with Harry. The two have been on a journey of faith together. ‘

Opening: Carolyn Durand co-authored Finding Freedom with fellow royal pundit Omid Scobie

Opening: Carolyn Durand co-authored Finding Freedom with fellow royal pundit Omid Scobie

Opening: Carolyn Durand co-authored Finding Freedom with fellow royal pundit Omid Scobie

The book also discusses the Duchess’s regular encounters with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby prior to her baptism in the Church of England prior to her marriage, with whom, according to a royal assistant, she formed a “ close bond. ”

Although Meghan’s family was not overly religious, she was raised with a ‘sense of God’.

Her mother Doria Ragland was raised a Protestant and her father Thomas Markle became a confirmed member of the Episcopalian Church at the age of 14, but Meghan attended a Catholic school for educational reasons.

According to Thomas, Meghan was not baptized as a child because he and Doria did not share the same faith.

A family friend claimed that religion was “not forced upon her,” but her spirituality was “born of her own individual experience.”

While studying at Northwestern, one of Meghan’s best friends came from a Christian family and the couple are said to ‘often pray together while at school’.

The authors write that this cemented prayer is a resource for Meghan to help her face the challenges of life.

The book also discusses the Duchess's regular meetings with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby prior to her baptism in the Church of England prior to her wedding (pictured), with whom, according to a royal assistant, she formed a 'close bond'.

The book also discusses the Duchess's regular meetings with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby prior to her baptism in the Church of England prior to her wedding (pictured), with whom, according to a royal assistant, she formed a 'close bond'.

The book also discusses the Duchess’s regular meetings with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby prior to her baptism in the Church of England prior to her wedding (pictured), with whom, according to a royal assistant, she formed a ‘close bond’.

‘She gathered the cast and crew of Suits for a prayer circle before going to work,’ they claim. Her on-set spells were never about any specific theology.

“Instead, she wanted to bring everyone together during moments of transition or difficulty.”

Meghan’s choice to get baptized before marrying Harry was apparently her choice out of respect for the queen and a “ step forward on her own spiritual journey, ” according to a friend.

During her meetings with the Archbishop, the couple reportedly discussed ‘many personal matters’, including her previous marriage to producer Trevor Engelson, with Mr Welby asking her ‘what she learned from her divorce’.

Speaking of her baptism, one of the 18 guests described the service, held at At James’ Palace’s Chapel Royal in March 2018, as’ uplifting ‘.

Meanwhile, it describes how the guests, including not the Queen, Prince William or Kate Middleton, attended a dinner at Clarence House hosted by Prince Charles and Camilla in honor of the sacred event.

The biography provides insight into Harry and Meghan’s relationships with his brother and sister-in-law, his father, and the royal family as a whole.

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