The Markle family is continuing to speak out about their strained relationship with the Duchess of Sussex.
"Auctioneer Andrew Aldridge told Fox News at the time: "[The letters] demonstrate the empathy and generosity Diana was able to show to some of the more vulnerable members [of] society and just illustrate what an incredible person she was".
"I think Meghan should have handled this from the beginning and I think it got ignored and swept under the carpet for so long", he told the Daily Mail.
He also claimed Meghan was not the right woman for Harry and said she is a "jaded, shallow, conceited woman that will make a joke of you and the royal family heritage".
To put the fears of royal watchers to bed, Buckingham Palace released a statement where they said: "The scar is related to a childhood operation".
According to Express UK, Thomas who constantly targets the royal family is driving his daughter away with each passing day.
Meghan's sibling thinks she did not handle things correctly from the start.
"It's a shame where it's ended up, especially between her and my father". If she was to make amends, by all means, she can do that. But when she couldn't give him the time he needed or wanted to spend with her, he got upset about that. The newly-minted royal's estranged half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr., weighed in on the situation and accused Prince Harry of contributing to the ongoing feud. Markle Jr. even points to Middleton's Uncle Gary who has caused embarrassment to the royal family with admitted cocaine use and drunken behaviour. "They've dealt with this kind of stuff for a long time and why they did it this way, that's the big question: Why? They could have looked after my dad and he would have been happy", Thomas Jr. explained.
Apparently, the father-daughter duo have not spoken with each other since Meghan and Prince Harry got married earlier this year.
"I think Uncle Gary and I would get along just fine".
"He's harming her by making everything public".
Thomas Jr hasn't had the best relationship with his father himself, but he doesn't think anyone "deserves" to be treated the way the retired lighting director has been recent. "I don't see why our family is any different".