Meghan Markle's brother Thomas drops a letter to the Queen amid family drama: "Don't let her die like Diana"

Meghan Markle's family is not happy to see how things are going between them and the royal family and looks like everyone has something to tell the royals


                            Meghan Markle's brother Thomas drops a letter to the Queen amid family drama: "Don't let her die like Diana"

Meghan Markle's brother, Thomas Markle Jr, is reportedly terrified that the Duchess of Sussex might suffer the same fate as late Princess Diana. In his letter to The Queen, exclusively obtained by Radar Online, he reportedly begged her to ensure his sister is not treated the same way as Princess Diana was during her time in the royal family. He also demanded that she honors his father Thomas Markle and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland with royal titles. 

Meghan has already received a lot of comparisons where people have thought of her to be Diana 2.0, and it looks like Markle Jr is worried that this might be one of the reasons Meghan may not be safe. “Meghan’s dream was to be a princess someday like Diana… It would also be sad to see Meg’s dreams broken if she were to fail in her new position and disappear from the royal family," Markle Jr. reportedly wrote in the letter. 

It is being reported that Thomas and Meghan's loved ones fear she'll go to an early grave - like Diana.  



Meanwhile, a source added that there are a lot of similarities between Meghan and Diana that could pose a threat to the royal family. "Diana was like a lamb to the slaughter when she married Prince Charles at age 20," the source said. "Diana died because she refused to toe the royal line. Meghan is another loose cannon who keeps thumbing her nose at the royal protocol," Radar Online quoted the source as saying. 

Princess Diana was 36 when she died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 (Getty Images)
Princess Diana was 36 when she died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 (Getty Images)

This is not the first time that Markle Jr has expressed his thoughts in a letter. Right before Meghan and Harry's wedding, the 51-year-old wrote a letter to the Prince that he shared with InTouch magazine. He reportedly wrote: "As more time passes to your royal wedding, it became very clear that this is the biggest mistake in royal wedding history. Meghan Markle is obviously not the right woman for you."

Meghan's dad and brother have spoken about her role in the royal family (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
Meghan's dad and brother have spoken about her role in the royal family (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

He had previously accused his sister of "acting phony" and "trying to reinvent herself as the new Princess Diana" also stated that their father was facing financial struggles because he had exhausted all resources funding Meghan's acting career. In the letter, apart from calling out Meghan to be a "jaded, shallow, conceited woman that will make a joke of you and the royal family heritage," he went on to give some brotherly advice to Prince Harry, saying "it's not too late" to call off the upcoming royal wedding.

However, Markle Jr is not the only one who has gone after Meghan or the royal family. Recently, Meghan's father, Thomas Markle hinted that he was planning on flying to London in order to meet his daughter. Thomas hadn't met Meghan since the time she got married to Prince Harry on May 19, two months before. He had a fallout with the royal family ever since it was noted that he posed for the pictures that the paparazzi received. 

In his place, Prince Charles walked Meghan down the aisle to marry his son Prince Harry.

Despite this, Thomas believes he will try his best to get in touch with his daughter and is not going to give up. At the same time, he also admitted that he believed Meghan was terrified of the new role has a royal that was put on her. While the royal family has still not commented on any of these accusations, it does not look like the Markles are going to keep quiet.

"At the time of publishing this article Thomas Markle Jr  had not responded to Meaww's attempts to contact him with regards to the alleged letter"