Duchess Meghan’s half-brother pleads with queen to fix family problems

Meghan Markle and her estranged brother Thomas Markle Jnr (Photos: Getty/Gallo Images)
Meghan Markle and her estranged brother Thomas Markle Jnr (Photos: Getty/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Meghan Markle’s estranged brother Thomas Markle Jnr has appealed to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles to intervene in the Markles' ongoing family feud.

Thomas Jnr along with his father, Thomas Markle, who were recently both not invited to Prince Archie’s christening following their ongoing family rift with Meghan, pleaded with the royals to "step in".

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"Charles should step in and say, 'Something’s not right'. They should force her into this, or it's just going to continue to cause problems in her life," said the 53-year-old speaking to the Mirror.

"Now you’re a mother, I hope you’re grown up and mature enough to figure out family is very important," Thomas Jnr appealed to his half-sister.

His appeal comes after he’d extended an olive branch and invited the Sussexes to his wedding following Meghan’s ongoing fallout with her father’s side of the family.

Thomas Jnr further revealed that Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland could possibly be next in line to be isolated from her grandson, Fox News reported.

"She gets a day here, a day there... that’s about it," he said.

Sources: The Sun, Mirror, Fox News

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