Meghan Markle, like her previous husband, will dump Prince Harry soon, according to her estranged half-brother.
MEGHAN Markle will ditch Harry soon, according to her estranged half-brother.
Thomas Markle Jr., 55, claims that the duchess “walked all over” her first husband, Trevor Engleson, a US film producer, and that she will do the same to the prince.
Meghan’s first marriage was short-lived, lasting only two years.
Thomas claimed Harry was “on the chopping block next” in a new video for Australia’s Big Brother VIP.
Meghan isn’t close with Thomas, and it’s unclear whether he is aware of the circumstances surrounding her divorce from Mr Engleson.
“The person she was married to the first time – she basically walked all over him and dumped him,” he stated in the teaser.
He nodded before adding, “Harry’s on the chopping block next,” in response to another resident who said that sounded “cold-blooded.”
In September 2011, Meghan married Mr. Engelson, 44.
They divorced in August 2013, only 23 months after they married, citing irreconcilable reasons.
Thomas is shown in the diary room prepared to write a letter to the Sussexes in another Big Brother teaser.
“Dear Meghan and Harry, the first thing I want to say to both of you…” he says aloud.
After that, the trailer abruptly ends.
Since it was announced that Thomas will be joining Big Brother, he has made a number of comments regarding his sister and her marriage.
He claimed in August that he had warned Harry that Meghan, who was “very shallow,” would “ruin” his life.
“I warned Prince Harry, I fear she’s going to ruin your life,” he told cameras as he arrived in a limo.
He professes to be “not bitter, just perplexed.”
“Given how close we were before,” he continued, “it’s hurtful.”
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