Meghan Markle Refused Help of the Queen to Deal With ‘Spiralling’ Thomas Markle Feud

Meghan Markle is thought to have turned down the help of the Queen when dealing with the chaos caused by her father, Thomas.

The Duchess’ father has continued to cause problems for the Royal Family since Meghan’s engagement to Prince Harry. He has conducted a number of TV interviews opening up about his relationship with his daughter and son-in-law. The American has also admitted to staging paparazzi photos to make money in the lead up to May’s Royal Wedding.

The drama has caused so many problems for the Royal household it has been claimed the Queen wanted to intervene.

A source told Vanity Fair: “The Queen was very concerned that it was spiralling out of control, which it was.

“Buckingham Palace wanted to be able to do something and be proactive and make the situation go away.“It was a direction from the Queen, so her courtiers were under strict instructions to sort it out.”

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Meghan Markle is thought to have turned down the Queen’s help (Image: GETTY)

Queen Thomas Markle

The Queen and Meghan mMarkle are thought to share a close relationship (Image: GETTY)

However, according to the US publication, Meghan Markle demanded the fall out with her father be sorted privately.

The Duchess did not want to respond to her father and instead sought to freeze him out.

The source said: “Kensington Palace was not singing from the same hymn sheet, and that was because the message was coming from Meghan.

“She didn’t want to engage and thought that she could handle it on her own.”

Thomas Markle

Thomas Markle has issued a heart felt plea to his daughter (Image: GMB)

Thomas Markle made a fresh plea to reconnect with his daughter on Good Morning Britain earlier this week.

Speaking to Piers Morgan about his distress at the current situation, he said: “I am disappointed by it.

“I’m not sure why it’s happening.

“I have been trying to reach out for several weeks, every day I try to text her, but haven’t received anything back.”

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