It’s claimed palace sources said the royal household believe Thomas Markle has ‘gone a step too far’ by trying to involve the Queen into the rift.

MEGHAN Markle is reportedly in “crisis talks” with Kensington Palace aides after her father dragged the Queen into their family feud.

It’s reported the Duchess of Sussex is holding meetings with confidantes to discuss how to deal with Thomas Markle after he pleaded with the Queen to heal their rift.

The reports come after the retired Hollywood lighting director told Good Morning Britain he would appreciate anything the 92-year-old monarch could do to help him reconnect with pregnant Meghan, who is due her first baby with Prince Harry in the Spring.

The American said: “I would appreciate anything she (the Queen) can do. I would think she would want to resolve the family problems.

“All families, royal or otherwise, are the same and they should be together – certainly around the holidays.”

According to the Mirror, palace sources said the royal household had become “enraged and yet exhausted” with Thomas and believe he has “gone a step too far” by trying to draw the Queen into the row.

The source told the paper: “The Queen is a dignified woman. Even if she disagreed with the way her grandson’s wife or indeed her staff were dealing with the matter, she would certainly not become involved on this level.”

Courtiers are reported to be “deeply concerned” about Thomas’s vow to carry on making public statements in a bid to reconnect with his daughter.

The Sun Online has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

It’s also claimed Meghan Markle’s half brother Thomas Markle Jr is sending a Christmas card to the Duchess at Kensington Palace saying he hopes they can put their differences aside in a bid to reconcile


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