Meghan Markle's bodyguard becomes 'third close aide to quit in two months'

Meghan Markle’s half-brother Thomas arrested in Oregon

Meghan Markle’s half-brother Thomas arrested in Oregon

In the podcast "Royals" hosted by Rebecca Hyde and Angela Mollard, the latter criticized Markle's "tricky relatives".

According to Express UK, Meghan had her eye on changing one little aspect about her new boyfriend when she and Prince Harry first began dating-his refrigerator. Prior to the royal wedding, Samantha used Grant as her surname.

Thomas Markle Jr. did not appear to have a listed phone number, and it was not clear how to reach him for comment.

Meghan Markle has made history and sparked unprecedented change in the royal world since marrying Prince Harry last May, so it should come as no surprise that the Duchess of Sussex wanted to mix things up in Prince Harry's life as well. Markle is fearful that the details of her conversation with her dad will be exposed. A long-serving aide to Queen Elizabeth, Samantha Cohen, was tasked with giving the former actress "duchess lessons" for six months after her wedding and left the role in November, as planned, after 17 years of service.

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"If he then goes and reports that meeting, she's then within her rights to really finally stop all contact with him".

"Absolutely I think our wedding will bring the family closer together", Thomas told The Daily Mail when asked if he'd be extending an invite to his half-sister.

Officers said he was visibly intoxicated when he was pulled over in the early hours of Friday in Josephine County.

E! News can confirm the 52-year-old was arrested for a DUI in the wee hours of Friday morning in OR, as first reported by TMZ. Markle's half-brother's auto was also impounded by the police following his arrest.

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