Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently spilled a lot of details on what it's like being part of the Royal family after stepping away from their official duties. In the interview, they mentioned a lack of support and security within the family, attacks from the British press, struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts, and more. Longtime Royal watchers may have found this interview to be similar to Princess Diana's explosive 1995 interview. At that time, Diana spoke to reporter Martin Bashir for the BBC program \u201cPanorama\u201d about the same issues. Princess Diana's 1995 interview brought up very similar topics to Meghan and Harry's View this post on Instagram A post shared by @lady_diana_princessofwales Markle revealed to interviewer Oprah Winfrey that she didn't know much about the Royals growing up, and definitely didn't know about Diana's similar interview. \u201cIt wasn't something that was part of conversation at home,\u201d she remembers. \u201cIt wasn't something that we followed. My mom even said to me a couple months ago, she said, \u2018Did Diana ever do an interview?\u2019 Now I can say, \u2018Yes, a very famous one.\u2019 But my mom doesn't even know that, right?\u201d RELATED: Prince Harry Believes His Mother Princess Diana Would Be Upset About Royal Family Drama Markle admits that there was no training or learning course for her to learn how to really be a Royal. \u201cThere was no guidance as well... There were certain things that you couldn't do, but you know, unlike what you see in the movies, there's no class on how to speak, how to cross your legs, how to be royal.\u201d Depression, isolation, and no support View this post on Instagram A post shared by European Royal Families (@europeroyals) This wasn't offered to Diana either. \u201cNo one sat me down with a piece of paper and said, 'This is what is expected of you,\u2019\u201d the Princess said back in 1995. Similar to the Duchess of Sussex, Diana had to learn it all by herself. \u201cHere was a situation which hadn't ever happened before in history, in the sense that the media were everywhere, and here was a fairy story that everybody wanted to work,\u201d Diana says. \u201cIt was isolating,\u201d Diana adds. \u201cI was the one who was always pitched out front, whether it was my clothes, what I said, what my hair was doing, everything ..." History repeating itself https:\/\/twitter.com\/megandharryteam\/status\/1369073979084976128 Meghan and Diana also shared similar experiences with depression. \u201cWhen no one listens to you, or you feel no one's listening to you, all sorts of things start to happen,\u201d Diana says at the time. \u201cFor instance, you have so much pain inside yourself that you try and hurt yourself on the outside because you want help, but it's the wrong help you're asking for. People see it as crying wolf or attention seeking.\u201d The strain of Royal life brought Diana to the brink of suicidal tendencies, the same for Meghan. And there was zero assistance available for both of them. \u201cI said that I needed to go somewhere to get help,\u201d Meghan says in her interview. \u201cSo that I've never felt this way before, and I need to go somewhere. And I was told that I couldn't, that it wouldn't be good for the institution.\u201d In the end, it just looks like history repeating itself with this 1995 interview.