Meghan Markle may soon question her decision to marry Prince Harry last year. In the documentary “Meghan Markle: The First 100 Days,” royal correspondent Helen Kirwan Taylor claimed that the Duchess of Sussex could have second thoughts about tying the knot with the Duke of Sussex.

“I think, in the beginning, every event is exciting because she has never done them before. In two years’ time when she is being rolled out to some godforsaken dark wet city in freezing conditions, I think she is going to wonder why she agreed to this,” she said.

Royal author Duncan Larcombe echoed Taylor’s thoughts and said that Meghan has now become a prisoner of the royal family. The author said that Meghan could not have understood the scale of the sacrifices she was making at the time when she said “I do.”

“It is basically ‘I do Harry, so I don’t for the rest of my life.’ She now sadly a prisoner inside that cocoon world,” Larcombe said.

Meghan and Prince Harry started dating in 2016 after they were introduced to each other by their common friend. At that time, Meghan was still starring in the USA Network series “Suits” and was filming in Toronto. Prince Harry, on the other hand, was residing in London and attending to his duties as a member of the royal family.

Meghan and Prince Harry did everything they could to make their long-distance relationship work. During their engagement interview with BBC, Prince Harry revealed that he and Meghan never went beyond two weeks of not seeing each other. Prince Harry regularly flew to Canada to spend time with Meghan, and the two of them stayed at Jessica Mulroney’s family home to ensure their privacy.

Royal reporter Omid Scobie dished on how Prince Harry and Meghan kept their love alive despite the distance during his interview on Yahoo’s “The Royal Box.” He said that the two royals sent text messages to each other back and forth. Prince Harry also used a lot of emojis in his text messages to Meghan.

Almost two years after they started dating, the couple announced their engagement.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R), and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, leave after attending a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in central London, on March 11, 2019. Getty Images/Ben Stansall/AFP