'Call it off, Harry,' urges Meghan Markle's half-brother

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This estrangement was seemingly proven in a SCATHING letter written by Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr. Oof.

He gave a handwritten letter to the media on Wednessday, telling Prince Harry to stop the wedding before it becomes too late.

Thomas goes on to state the wedding "is the biggest mistake in royal history".

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's whirlwind relationship shocked many to begin with.

Not mincing his words, Mr Markle said a "tiny bit of Hollywood fame has gone to her (Meghan's) head, changing her into a jaded, shallow, conceited woman". The op-ed piece when on to claim that Harry and Meghan wanted to appear altruistic by allowing so many strangers to be part of the event, but that in reality "These ordinary people will effectively be extras for the TV coverage". He writes and continues: "And when it is time to pay him back, she forgets her father, as if he had never known him".

Some 610 members of the Windsor community, 530 employees of the royal household and pupils from nearby schools are also invited to join the celebrations in the castle park.

It's set to be the wedding of the year, packed full of Hollywood's elite and the who's who of the royal family.

"I think we've got one of the biggest families that I know of, and every family is complex as well", he said. Markle was recently visited by her stylist friend and potential maid of honor Jessica Mulroney. "She was loved for the right reasons", he told the Daily Mail at the time. However, Meghan appears to be training separately to her fiancé, and is likely to be focusing on her favourite workouts - yoga, running and Pilates. "She's not genuine like Diana", Markle Jr. They were no doubt separated by a generation and presumably by other family circumstances, including the fact that Markle Sr. divorced Meghan's yoga instructor mother, Doria Ragland, when Meghan was 6. "It's non-negotiable. I want you by my side'".

The couple's workplace stated Wednesday that after their Might 19 wedding ceremony the newlyweds will take the carriage, pulled by 4 horses, from Windsor Fortress by the city middle and again for his or her reception.