A royal commentator has claimed Meghan Markle is "unrecognisable" from the woman she was when she meet her husband,
Lady Colin Campbell, who has frequently lambasted the royal couple in the past, has said the Duchess of Sussex is "completely different" to when she met Prince Harry on a blind date in 2016.
The Express reported that the commentator said: “The Meghan Markle Prince Harry met and the Meghan Markle that swans around now are two completely different people.
“We can take her father’s word for it that she is completely unrecognisable."
The critic was referring to comments made by the duchess' estranged father Thomas Markle on GB News earlier this month, one of a number of appearances he has made to discuss his daughter.
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In the interview, Thomas told Dan Wootton he thought Meghan had changed significantly since meeting the prince, and had become a less "loving" woman.
He said: "She's changed, she's not the daughter I knew.
"My daughter was a much more giving, loving person than she is now."
Lady Campbell has made a name for herself by commentating on the Royal Family, writing a number of books and appearing on chat shows to discuss the royals.
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During her interview, the outspoken personality added: “But we don’t have to take only his word for it, we can take the word for anyone who has known her for any length of time, with one or two notable expectations.
“She is not the person she was, as soon as she got royal, it all went to her head.”
However, many of Meghan's supporters and friends have come to her aid when the duchess received bad press.
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Earlier this year, university pal Lindsay Roth said the former actress has "always been kindness" and lavished praise on her in an Instagram post.
She added: "[G]oodwill runs in her bones. I know this to be true after 22 years of very close friendship."
When rumours circulated about allegations of bullying at Buckingham Palace, many other friends reportedly defended Meghan against the backlash.
Omid Scobie, the author of Finding Freedom, the biography of the Sussexes, quoted many people who were standing up for her.
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One friend said Meghan was another example of a "woman of colour in a senior position…accused of being too angry, too scary, too whatever in the workplace".
Mr Scobie also said that Meghan and the prince found the furore "distressing and upsetting".
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