Meghan Markle's Family Drama Leads to Royal Crisis, The Queen May Intervene

Eloise Marshall
August 3, 2018

Among his many bombshell quotes, he said that it would be easier for Meghan if he died, due to the fact "everybody would be filled with sympathy for her".

Top-level royal advisors are holding crisis talks after Thomas Markle Snr, 74, babbled in an interview over the weekend about how his daughter is being stifled in the same way as Princess Diana was suffocated by the royal family - eventually driving her to the brink of insanity!

However, he also launched an extraordinary attack on Meghan, 36, claiming she owes him for everything. In his new interview with Daily Mail, the former lighting director also condemned the Duchess for her alleged "sense of superiority". Meghan took that rule on the chin, but now, it appears that another of her favourites is off the menu too. Before things get even more embarrassing for the royal family, they must try to build bridges. It's royal blue, as is Harry's singular monogram, which in both cases is thought to be a tribute to Princess Diana, as royal blue was her favorite colour.

So much so, Meghan undertook 17 royal duties before the wedding and her first official post-wedding duty was just three days after the big day. She advised her daughter to use the day to make new resolutions. Although we initially assumed Meghan Markle would be a bridesmaid in the wedding, one question still remains: Is she allowed to? As per Vanity Fair, the Duchess of Cambridge is aware of her sister-in-law's predicament so she is looking out for her. "I think she's done a tremendous job maintaining the dignity of the Royal Family in hard times". "The final option would be for Meghan to cut him completely in the hope he will stop, but the situation is so precarious no one knows when that would be".

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She expressed interest in talking to Jarrett, or perhaps working out a way to find a "teachable moment" in an encounter with her. She said: "I hope you'll try to understand me and accept my apologies for my part in this big misunderstanding'".

He said: "I don't care if Harry never speaks to me again, I'll survive".

By now I think we can safely say that Thomas Markle qualifies as a toxic parent because while Markle's mom Doria Ragland, has been regal and classy and hush-hush about her daughter and son-in-law's private lives, Thomas Markle can't stop whining.

The monogram was first revealed last week on Australia's "Today Show" when presenter Georgie Gardner told viewers he had received a thank-you note from Kensington Palace for a wedding gift he had sent Meghan and Harry, displaying the letter - and monogram - on the air. The date will most likely be bittersweet for Queen Elizabeth II as she celebrates her newest family member, but remembers her late mother. "That's not what Diana stood for", he said.

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