PRINCE Harry never smiles since marrying "cold" Meghan Markle, her half-brother has claimed.
Thomas Markle Jr, 55, branded the duchess "shallow" and said she will dump Harry, the same way she "walked all over" her first husband Trevor Engelson.
During the premiere of Big Brother VIP in Australia, the 55-year-old told his housemates: "Last time [I saw her] was at my grandmother's funeral in 2011, and she took off after that and went to Canada. We were close before.
"Money changed her, money and fame went to her head really bad. I guess when you are introduced to the one per cent of society – that is most likely the reason that happened to her when she didn't have anything before."
Thomas said he had "no idea" how Meghan ended up with a prince, and said she was "cold" towards her former husband Trevor.
"The guy she was was married to the first time, Trevor, have you seen those Saw movies? This guy owns that production company. That guy just took care of her. She was adored by him.
"And she just walked all over him and dumped him, that fast. After being married, she sent him the ring in the mail – is that cold or what?"
Thomas nodded when one of the other housemates said Meghan's behaviour sounded "cold-blooded".
"Harry's on the chopping block next," Thomas said.
"The only difference between now and then, all the photos prior to that he had a smile on his face, all the ones after he doesn't."
Thomas wrote a letter in 2018 in which he branded the couple's upcoming nuptials, a "fake fairy tale" and warned Harry his marriage to Meghan would be the "biggest mistake in royal wedding history".
Back in August this year, he claimed he'd warned Harry that "very shallow" Meghan would "ruin" his life.
He had previously described her as a "phony", a bully, and a "jaded, shallow, conceited woman."
We pay for your stories!
Do you have a story for The Sun news desk?
Email us at [email protected] or call 0207 782 4104. You can WhatsApp us on 07423 720 250. We pay for videos too.
Click here to upload yours.
Click here to get The Sun newspaper delivered for FREE for the next six weeks.
Source: Read Full Article