Megan Marl's half-married brother, Thomas Mark Jr., wants an invitation to Christie's baptism in July. As in the case of several members of her father's family, Megan and Thomas Jr. do not have the best relationship. He goes back in the press between good words and not so good things about Megan. Just before Megan married Prince Harry in May 2018, Thomas Jr. wrote a public letter to Prince Harry in an attempt to alert him to Megan. He called his sister a "tortured, shallow, self-confident woman" and that he would "joke from [Harry] and the legacy of the royal family."
Not surprisingly, none of the members of Megan's family, except her mother Dorija Ragland, attended her wedding last year.
Then in January of this year, Thomas Jr. told the Daily Mail he was marrying and that he was inviting Megan and Harry to try to reconcile the poor blood of his family. Megan and Harry, of course, did not attend. About a month later, Thomas Jr. called the press again. He called her a "little Hollywood star" and accused her of breaking her father's part of the family because of the reef between herself, their sister Samantha and their father, Thomas Marle, senior. started when Megan went to Toronto to start shooting Costumes . Juniors are unlikely to receive an invitation to Archie's baptism in July, but still do not give up on their hopes.
He says it's his personal mission to fix the problems of his family and he wants to start with Archie's baptism.
"I am on a personal crusade to improve my family image at the moment and it will be a slow, long process," he said. "We're dragged through the ditch." It is time to find peace in our lives. " View this post in Instagram
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