Meghan Markle's half brother has begged the Queen in a letter to give their father a title—and let him see his daughter before it's too late!
Incredibly, in a demanding handwritten note exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, Thomas Markle Jr. wrote to Queen Elizabeth that his dad—and Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, deserve royal titles.
"Possibly you can give Tom SNR and Doria royal titles which would also make my father very proud," Thomas Jr. wrote to the British monarch on July 8.
"Possibly this could happen if Meghan were to bring Tom SNR to the palace sooner than later because my father deserved to be treated like Royalty like he treated Meghan her whole life. She owes him that," Thomas Jr. opined.
Thomas Jr. also referred to his dad's estrangement from Meghan, 36, following her wedding to Prince Harry, 33, in the never-before-seen letter.
Thomas Sr. didn't attend the nuptials due to heart surgery.
Later, a source told Radar that her dad's controversial comments to the press got him banned from any contact with the royal family.
The royals were "shocked and blindsided" when Meghan's reclusive dad, who lives Mexico, told journalist Piers Morgan about his chats with Prince Harry about politics and other topics.
Thomas Sr. also gave an explosive interview to The Sun in which he said he believes his daughter is smiling through the pain and pressure of being part of the royal family after marrying Harry.
In his letter to the Queen, his son Thomas Jr. doesn't acknowledge the kerfuffle about his dad's comments, but writes, "I urge you to convince Meg to bring her father to the palace for him to meet the royal family and spend time with him, I recently went to see him after hearing of his heart surgery and his health is not that good."
"I fear if Meghan waits too long it will be too late, as Tom SNR feels like he won't see her again," he noted.
As Radar previously reported, Thomas Jr.'s letter also claimed that loved ones are terrified that Meghan will go to an early grave just like her husband's mom, Princess Diana—if she refuses to fall in line with the royal family.
He wrote to the Queen that it would be "sad to see Meg’s dreams broken if she were to fail in her new position and disappear from the royal family.”
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