'Difficult Duchess' Meghan Markle could be losing ANOTHER member of staff

Lula Sharp
January 13, 2019

After just six months of working for Meghan, her personal assistant Melissa Touabti resigned and after 17 years of working with the Royal Family, Prince Harry and the Duchess' private secretary, Samantha Cohen is also rumoured to be leaving the couple quite imminently.

The Associated Press claims Thomas Wayne Markle Jr was "visibly intoxicated" when pulled over in his auto at 1.30am on Friday morning - and was taken directly to a "detox centre".

Thomas Markle Jr, 52, was stopped by authorities in OR at 1:33am on Friday morning, according to TMZ.

The 52-year-old was driving by Oregon State Police when police stopped him at 1:33 AM and took him into custody for impaired driving.

"What daughter doesn't go see their father after a heart attack!" her bitter brother claimed, adding troubled dad Thomas Sr.is "upset" that his relationship with his daughter was "completely over" after she "brushed him off". Who would want all these self destructive people in their life when trying to have children or while raising them???

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Per authorities, Thomas had a blood alcohol content of.11% and was issued a citation for a DUI.

Thomas Jr. told Radar exclusively their father saw the estrangement coming. A second moaned: "Put his name in the headline and leave hers out of it, she has nothing to do with it".

According to Express UK, Meghan had her eye on changing one little aspect about her new boyfriend when she and Prince Harry first began dating-his refrigerator.

Thomas confirmed he hoped "our wedding will bring the family closer together".

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