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The homeless brother of Meghan Markle says she should have spent more time looking after her family

Meghan Markle’s homeless brother, 53, says she should have spent more time looking after her family than other charities

  • Tom Markle, 53, became homeless after he lost his job and ended his relationship
  • Now moved to mother in New Mexico, but says that trial was a “nightmare.”
  • Comes as Duke and Duchess for the first time since Megxit were spotted together

The homeless half-brother of Meghan Markle has beaten the royal couple because she helped charities and not their own family.

Tom Markle, 53 – son of Meghan’s father Thomas Sr. – became homeless after he lost his job and ended his relationship.

He claims that his last name prevented him from being hired and added, “The relationship with Meghan has almost destroyed me.”

Meghan Markle's homeless half-brother Tom Markle (photo), 53, has beaten the royal couple for helping charities and not for their own families

Meghan and Harry got off a plane in Canada on Valentine's Day

Meghan and Harry got off a plane in Canada on Valentine's Day

Meghan Markle’s homeless half-brother Tom Markle, 53, (left) has beaten the royal couple for helping charities and not for their own families. Right: Meghan and Harry got off a plane in Canada on Valentine’s Day

He has now moved to his elderly mother’s home in New Mexico, but says the trial has been a “f *** ing nightmare.”

Mr Markle, 53 - son of Meghan's father Thomas Sr. - became homeless after he lost his job and his relationship ended

Mr. Markle, 53 - son of Meghan's father Thomas Sr. - became homeless after he lost his job and his relationship ended

Mr. Markle, 53 – son of Meghan’s father Thomas Sr. – became homeless after he lost his job and his relationship ended

Mr. Markle told me The sun: “I am homeless and could have begged for money with a cardboard sign under a bridge.”

He added: “For her to sit there on her royal pedestal and see this happen to her family – she should have done her humanitarian work for us.”

Since he started with Prince Harry and the nine-month-old son Archie in a transition phase of living in Canada and the UK, Meghan has been photographed at two charities in Vancouver: climate change group ‘Justice for Girls’ and Downtown Eastside Women’s Center.

It comes when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were first seen together since Megxit when they stepped off a plane in Canada on Valentine’s Day.

The couple was supposed to be in the United States for business meetings because they are trying to make money independently of the crown.

Regarding the couple’s decision to step back as senior royals, Meghan’s brother said earlier that he did not necessarily “support” his sister’s move, but believes that it comes down to “two people in love who want to live their lives “.

It comes when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were first seen together since Megxit when they got off a plane

It comes when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were first seen together since Megxit when they got off a plane

It comes when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were first seen together since Megxit when they got off a plane

Since he started with Prince Harry and the nine-month-old son Archie in a transition phase of living in Canada and the UK, Meghan has been photographed at two charities in Vancouver: climate change group 'Justice for Girls' (photo) and Downtown Eastside Women's Center last month

Since he started with Prince Harry and the nine-month-old son Archie in a transition phase of living in Canada and the UK, Meghan has been photographed at two charities in Vancouver: climate change group 'Justice for Girls' (photo) and Downtown Eastside Women's Center last month

Since he started with Prince Harry and the nine-month-old son Archie in a transition phase of living in Canada and the UK, Meghan has been photographed at two charities in Vancouver: climate change group ‘Justice for Girls’ (photo) and Downtown Eastside Women’s Center last month

He said: “I think that (royal title) is probably one of the greatest achievements you can ever get in life and stand on that pedestal, and that position is a great honor for everyone around the world.

“It should just be a simple explanation that they want to live their lives the way they want to live and I think they want to do it privately,” he told the Australian morning show Sunrise.

Mr. Markle admitted that he was surprised to hear that Meghan disturbed years of tradition that he called “a little offensive.”

“It can be one thing, it can be Meghan who wants her way and does not want to live under someone’s control, and then she and Harry may want to leave and be private and not suffer from responsibilities other than their own.” “

Mr. Markle said, “For her to sit there on her royal pedestal and see this happen to her family – she should have done her humanitarian work for us.” Pictured: Meghan visits Downtown Eastside Women’s Center last month

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