Meghan may have Harry ‘under duress’ as he ‘hasn’t smiled in God knows how long’

Prince Harry’s marriage could be making him unhappy, claims Meghan Markle’s estranged half-brother.

Thomas Markle Jr says he hasn’t seen a picture of Harry smiling in “God knows how long” – and believes marriage has changed him.

Basing his opinions on photos for clues, he told Daily Express he believes Meghan could have Harry “under duress”. But he did say he "hopes it is the opposite where they are madly in love".

Harry was also spotted smiling on Monday at a Commonwealth service with Meghan.

But Mr Markle said: “I haven't seen a picture of Harry smiling in God knows how long. But before he was with Meghan he was smiling all the time.

“I don't know Harry has changed quite a bit in his life and stepped away from the royal family as well under duress probably and control and doing what Meghan wants.

“And that is a horrible thought it is just kind of scary.

“I mean it's so unheard of, I mean who would ever step down from the royal family or be disassociated or go in there and turn things upside down and do things your way and get supported by Harry saying what Meghan wants Meghan gets.

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“If he is that controlled it is sad. I just hope it is the opposite, where they are madly in love and that is what it is about, but I am starting to think it is really not about that.”

Palace sources described Meghan as "difficult" with "high standards" because she was more used to "a Hollywood environment".

Previously, Meghan and Harry spoke of their troubles at their lack of privacy and public scrutiny in an emotional interview with ITV.

He also said press cameras were a reminder of the death of his mum, Princess Diana.

He told Tom Bradby: “I think being part of this family, in this role, in this job, every single time I see a camera, every single time I hear a click, every single time I see a flash, it takes me straight back, so in that respect it’s the worst reminder of her life as opposed to the best.”

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