Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new addition to their family! "He dedicated all his time to her".
Hmmm, we're going to go out on a wild limb here and say, perhaps the royal family didn't invite Thomas - and Meghan's half-sister Samantha, for that matter - because of all their hurtful comments to the media about Duchess Meghan?
Thomas Jr. says Kensington Palace has put a strain on her relationship with their dad, who himself referred to the royal family as a "cult" in an interview last week.
Meghan spoke about both of her dogs during a televised interview after they announced their engagement, explaining: 'Well I have two dogs that I've had for quite a long time, both my rescue pups.
"No father-daughter relationship should be like this", he said. "He would have to reach out to her and I think their relationship became a lot more distant then and that hurt his feelings".
"I think the palace was at fault not to earmark this problem very early on".
"Since Hollywood and being on that show - being a celebrity has changed her". The news of a pregnancy while the ink was still yet to dry on her marriage license would be nigh scandalous to many.
"Meghan has been adamant that her mom not get dragged into all the drama", they added.
Thomas Jr said: "I think Meghan should have handled this differently". Royal correspondent Omid Scobie told Harper's Bazaar that sources revealed to her that Prince Harry and Markle were actually at Lake Como in Northern Italy with George and Amal Clooney during the time there was speculation that Markle was in Canada. Markle Jr. even points to Middleton's Uncle Gary who has caused embarrassment to the royal family with admitted cocaine use and drunken behaviour. "But if she wasn't with Prince Harry right now - even if she was still on "Suits" right now - she would have stopped what she was doing to go and visit him and make sure he's ok".
No, not a child: if Meghan had been pregnant, you'd have known about it. "Meghan is now open to the possibility of her mom working some magic behind the scenes".