The Royal Wedding last month prompted unprecedented interest by the Press in Meghan Markle’s personality and her compatibility with Prince Harry.  From a graphological point of view, it has been fascinating to see Meghan emerge like a chrysalis from her self-imposed protective shell, once she had secured the support and protection of the Royal family.

Meghan usually writes with a calligraphic style, which means she is very difficult to assess in terms of character, because she hides behind a ‘persona’ or a mask. More recently, this rigid mask has slipped – her handwriting has become more natural and less contrived – allowing glimpses of her true personality to shine through, and revealing the truly sensitive, vulnerable, deeply romantic woman, who feels ‘free’ to focus on her humanitarian dreams with her new husband.

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Meghan Markle’s handwriting reveals her ‘perfectionist nature and the happy relationship with Prince Harry’

This is why Meghan Markle’s handwriting has changed since she met Prince Harry