A handwriting expert has launched blistering claims about the letter Meghan Markle wrote to her father begging him to stop ‘victimising’ her.
Script specialist Emma Bache tells The Express the "highly-stylised" hand of the letter – sent by the Duchess of Sussex to her father, Thomas Markle, shortly after the Royal Wedding suggests she was "ultra cautious" but also a "showman and a narcissist".
“Meghan shows a highly stylised and slow handwriting,” explains Bache.
"She is ultra cautious, is well aware that the world has their eyes on her and that is just how she likes it.
“This is not a spontaneous or intellectually creative woman but a consummate performer and strategist.
“There is a strong right slant and her letters have often been retraced.
"There is enormous emotion as well as energy but she is both self aware and self orientated.
“However she suffers from anxiety and in this instance her usual regularity and over control of pen strokes does show some wavering and a slight uneven baseline - she is showing some wavering of self control.
"But not much.
The letters sent by the 37-year-old to her troubled father read: "Dad, I'm so heartbroken. I love you. I have one father. Please stop victimising me through the media so we can repair our relationship.”
According to People, a close friend said, Thomas, 74, wrote a letter back which requested they do a father-daughter photo shoot.
She said her Dad had broken her heart “into a million pieces” by giving interviews to the press, attacking her husband Prince Harry and fabricating stories.