While Meghan Markle's father Thomas is making a disastrous name for himself in the media with countless interviews berating the Royal Family, Markle's mother Doria Ragland remains close to her daughter and is even planning to move closer to her.
A brand new interview the DailyMail conducted with Meghan Markle's father reveals some astonishing new insights; shaking up the already volatile relationships between the Royal Family and Thomas Markle.
Mr Markle recalled: "Harry told me that I should never go to the press". Now she's taking matter into her own hands.
In 2015, Harry told Town and Country what an African trip with him is really like.
It was The Mail on Sunday that first claimed Thomas Markle had been participating in staged photo shoots to help his image, leading him to decide to withdraw from walking Meghan down the aisle at St. George's Chapel.
And her brother, Thomas Jr., also piled on. Meghan's father was not, as he suffered health complications ahead of the nuptials.
According to Markle, Prince Harry said: "If you had listened to me this would never have happened'".
"Meghan may not even attend the games at all or visit Australia", an apparent Kensington Palace insider told the magazine.
"That's right they are angry and twisted souls", she wrote about the royal family.
It's thought she could relocate as early as next month, in time to celebrate her 62nd birthday with her daughter.
Mr Markle claims he responded: "Maybe it would be better for you guys if I was dead... then you could pretend to be sad".
He said: "I'm not mad at Harry".
Former royal butler Grant Harrold has discussed with the Express how, as sister-in-law to the future king, 37-year-old Meghan will find that more is expected of her when William is in charge.
Doria was the only member of Meghan's family who was present at her wedding to Prince Harry back in May.
As the source explains, Ragland "fell in love with England and told me when she got back that it's somewhere she believes she too could happily live".