Meghan Markle’s theatrical personality was made evident in the handwritten letter she wrote to her dad, Thomas Markle Sr.

Ruth Myers, a forensic handwriting expert, told Mirror that Markle’s writing revealed that she has a creative and artistic nature and that she is someone who seeks constant praise and admiration. Myers added that Markle is a showman with ambition, flair, and drive.

“She has a strong depth of feeling deeply sensuous and absorbs life’s experiences retaining them as part of her personality,” she said.

Last week, Thomas released the five-page letter that the Duchess of Sussex sent to him via Daily Mail. In the note, Markle expressed how upset and disappointed she was at her dad for continuously believing whatever is written about her on the tabloids.

Markle also accused her dad of lying about telling her that he couldn’t make it to her royal wedding to Prince Harry on May 19. The “Suits” alum also revealed that she reached out to her dad several times, especially after she found out that he suffered from a heart attack, but he never answered her calls.

Meanwhile, graphologist Tracey Trussell also talked about Markle’s controversial letter and told Metro that it revealed the royal’s romantic, passionate, and devoted side.

“While we may never know what lies behind the carefully constructed façade, what we do know is that there is a reservoir of deep feeling, as well as a desire to do things properly and get things right,” she said.

The expert added that the clockwork regularity of Markle’s writing and its stilted rhythm showed how much discipline Markle exerts to keep her emotions and actions under the control so that she wouldn’t say or do wrong things.

Following the release of the private letters, The Telegraph claimed that Thomas may face legal action for what he did. In UK’s law, the copyright of the handwritten notes belongs to the Duchess of Sussex and not to Thomas.

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Meghan Markle's theatrical personality is evident in her handwritten letters to Thomas Markle Sr. Pictured: Markle presents the Celebrating Excellence Award to Nathan Forster, a former soldier of the Army's Parachute Regiment, at the Endeavour Fund awards at Drapers' Hall on February 7, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Tolga Akmen-WPA Pool