Meghan Markle’s half-brother Thomas is set to appear on “Celebrity Big Brother” in Australia, and one royal expert is claiming that this will give the wife of Prince Harry a “taste of her own medicine.”

Royal expert Sarah Vine told The Express that this is effectively karma because Meghan and Harry have been “cashing in” on their own royal connections with high-profile interviews and lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify.

When asked if she has any sympathy for Meghan, Vine said, “No, I think she’s about to find out what it feels like to have someone cash in on your family, which is what the Queen has been dealing with for the last 18 months.”

“She and Harry have been cashing in on their Royal Family, by cashing in on all sorts of Netflix deals and giving interviews to people and saying dreadful things,” she added. “It’s a taste of her own medicine I reckon.”

After stepping down as senior royals last year, Meghan and Harry signed a £100million deal with Netflix and Spotify to produce a range of content for the streaming platforms.

In the trailer for “Big Brother VIP,” Thomas bragged about being “the biggest brother of them all,” and said he’d warned Prince Harry not to marry Meghan.

“I told Prince Harry, ‘I think she’s going to ruin your life,’” Thomas said as he stepped out of a limo. “She’s very shallow.”

Just before Meghan’s 2018 wedding, Thomas sent a handwritten letter to Harry in which he wrote that it was “not to [sic] late” to turn back. He added that Meghan was “obviously not the right woman” for Harry and alleged that his half sister was acting “the part of a princess like a below C average Hollywood actress.”

Thomas was not invited to Meghan’s wedding, as she did not invite anyone from the Markle side of her family. An insider recently told Fox News that while the Markles have said harsh words about Meghan publicly, she could have prevented all of this if she’d been more honest with her family years ago.

“If Meghan was smart all she would have had to do was prep her family. All she had to do was call them, let them know what was about to happen, and say, ‘Don’t do this, this and this, and I guarantee it would have never been a problem,'” said the family source.

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