Cross-dresser Brett Hallett said he’d jump on a plane to England with Meghan’s dad and confront the royal family over their shabby treatment of his beloved buddy!
“I’d love to visit England and see Buckingham Palace,” Brett told RadarOnline.com.
Speaking from his home in Mexico, he added: “If I met Queen Elizabeth, I’d be very nervous! I wouldn’t say anything unless she spoke to me first.
“I’d love to meet Meghan and tell her how proud she must be of her dad.”
Brett, 57, often wears dresses, and said he wants to transition to female.
“I have another persona — Rachel,” he added. “It’s been going on my whole life. I should have been a girl.”
Neither the royal family nor the Markles are strangers to cross-dressing. Prince Charles admitted in 2014 he’d like to try on some of his mother Queen Elizabeth’s clothes.
According to Brett, who moved to Mexico in 2001, about the same time as Tom, the two have bonded over discussions of politics and YouTube videos. He’s a regular visitor at Markle’s house in Rosarito, and was snapped by a RadarOnline.com spy going into his home.
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“They have their own houses in the same community in Rosarito, but spend so much time under the same roof, they are as good as living together,” said one snitch in Mexico. “Brett has health problems, so it’s best if he has someone to look after him.”
Thomas had planned to attend his daughter’s wedding before heart problems forced him to miss the festivities, Brett said.
“Tom was really looking forward to the big day, and even started losing weight for it,” Brett added. “I thought he’d snuck off to England, but it turned out he was in the hospital with his heart. He was so disappointed to miss it.”
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