The expert added that The Duchess of Sussex’s handwriting style has revealed a persona that is ”emotionally insecure and self-pitying”. The Duchess of Sussex’s lengthy letter to her father asking him to desist in his criticism of her and her husband Prince Harry has now been revealed to the press. Thomas Markle Snr released The Duchess’ letter, which was five pages long, to a British tabloid.
Meghan wrote to Mr Markle after the Royal Wedding, begging him to stop his criticism in interviews and accusing him of spreading lies about her and breaking her heart “into a million pieces”.
Ruth Myers, a forensic handwriting analyst, has studied the letter and given her analysis of what it reveals about Meghan’s personality and the conflict with her father.
Ms Myers told Mirror Online “capacity for deep prejudices” is evident in the emotional letter.
She said: “Having a creative artistic nature she seeks constant praise and admiration – a showman with ambition flair and drive.
“She has a strong depth of feeling deeply sensuous and absorbs life’s experiences retaining them as part of her personality.
”She has a capacity for deep prejudices and will criticise anyone whom she felt was opposing her. At heart emotionally insecure, she needs the support of others.”
Ms Myers added that the handwriting expresses a personality that is “outwardly friendly and theatrical”.
But this conceals the protective walls that the Duchess puts up against those who seek to criticise her, leaving her with “an inability to forgive.”
She claimed: ”Having strong likes and dislikes she is quick to react and self-pitying. She can be defensive and easily provoked to anger.
“Her orders may have a knife edge quality which creates dislike or even enemies.
”Mood swings prevail. She needs order and discipline in all she attempts.”