‘It’s not too late’: Meghan Markle's brother writes an open letter to warn Prince Harry against getting married
'This is the biggest mistake in royal wedding history,' Thomas Markle Jr wrote in his open letter to his future brother-in-law, Prince Harry.
Meghan Markle seems to be crawling in murky waters with her family ever since she announced her wedding to Prince Harry. Meghan's family has hardly had any role to play in her upcoming nuptials, which may be the reason why her brother, Thomas Markle Jr., decided to pen down an open letter for his future brother-in-law, Prince Harry.
Thomas, who shares the same father with his half-sister Meghan, admitted in his letter that he hasn't seen the royal bride-to-be since 2011. The 51-year-old shared his letter with InTouch magazine, where he 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."
Thomas also revealed that their father was facing financial struggles because he had exhausted all resources funding Meghan's acting career. He had previously accused his sister of "acting phoney" and "trying to reinvent herself as the new Princess Diana".
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.
After the vicious allegations that Thomas put on his half-sister, Meghan's estranged half-sister Samantha Grant, who has always been vocal about her issues with not being called to her sister's wedding, surprisingly came to Meghan's rescue.
"I’ve always been vocal about the things I admire about her and this is taking it too far." She later added in a tweet, "My brother needs to stop this."
While both the Markle siblings claim that neither they nor their father has received an invitation for the wedding, in a turn of events, Prince Harry and Meghan had revealed earlier that they would be allowing an additional 1200 members of the public to celebrate their nuptials on May 19.