After several high profile interviews and public outbursts by Meghan Markle’s dad Thomas, the royal family have finally decided enough is enough.
Advisors have held at least three top-level crisis meetings planning how to stop the former Hollywood lighting director piling distress on his daughter.
The new Duchess of Sussex has not spoken to her dad since she married Prince Harry 10 weeks ago, and a royal source has now told the Mirror there’s one thing which could be the final straw for the family.
During an recent interview, Mr Markle referenced Prince Harry’s late mum Princess Diana.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday , he said: "They [the Royal Family] have Meghan treating her father in a way that Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, would have loathed. That’s not what Diana stood for."
The duchess was also said to be "deeply embarrassed and hurt" that her dad mentioned Diana.
The Mirror’s source added: "This could be the final straw for Thomas. A line has been crossed."
Mr Markle has been interviewed several times about Meghan and the royal family in the past.
In one interview, which Harry was particualy angry about, he revealed details about a conversation with his new son-in-law including his views on Donald Trump and Brexit.
Today, the Mirror has exclusively revealed the royal family have decided they’ve had enough of Thomas Markle’s public outbursts about Meghan.
A source said: "Meghan is deeply hurt by what is happening and everything is being done behind the scenes to make sure her welfare is at the top of the agenda.
"It’s an increasingly desperate situation and now it’s come down to three options being on the table.
"Firstly, Meghan could contact her father straight away and appeal to him directly to ask him to stop hurting her, but right now she’s decided to cut him off.
"There is a possibility an intermediary could meet with him and appeal to him to stop making such hurtful statements.
"The final option would be for Meghan to cut him off completely in the hope he will stop, but the situation is so precarious no one knows when that would be."
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