Meghan Markle's Brother Thinks Royal Family Is Turning Her 'Into A Zombie'

Jul. 20 2018, Published 9:43 a.m. ET

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Meghan Markle's half brother has written to the Queen suggesting that his sister is turning into a zombie and prisoner of the royal family!

Thomas Markle Jr. sent Elizabeth a bizarre handwritten note exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com which asserts that Meghan, 36, is being tormented in her new role as wife of Prince Harry.

While he starts his claim by saying, "Meghan & Harry look very much in love and happy together, although Meghan is living under your rules and Royal household regulations," Thomas Jr. continued with some over-the-top claims!

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He wrote in the July 8 missive, "I think Meg may feel like she's being held prisoner and turning into a zombie."

Thomas Jr., the son of Meghan's controversial father Thomas Sr., added that Harry's dad Prince Charles' wife, Camilla, might be persecuting her!

He cited "the tension from Camila sic toward her and also being treated different than Kate, the pressure on Meg has got to be overwhelming."

Is Thomas Jr. on to something?

A source recently told Radar that Meghan has some regrets, missing her old life after walking down the aisle with Prince Harry.

"Meghan hasn't really adjusted well to her new role," a palace insider claimed.

Thomas Jr., who, along with his dad, has caused Meghan embarrassment as she married Harry, 33, also wrote in his letter that loved ones are terrified that she will go to an early grave just like her husband's mom, Princess Diana—if she refuses to fall in line with the royal family.

He wrote to the Queen that it would be "sad to see Meg’s dreams broken if she were to fail in her new position and disappear from the royal family."

The brother of Prince Harry's wife begged Elizabeth in his note to "treat her like the rest of the royal family."

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