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In Touch has exclusively obtained a letter from Meghan Markle’s estranged brother — this time written to his sister — claiming he’s had a change of heart.

In an earlier letter dated April 26, Tom Markle Jr. penned a not-so-flattering open letter to Prince Harry — warning him that it’s “not too late” to back out of the royal wedding.

Now Tom is singing a different tune – he starts the May 3rd letter to Meghan saying: “It’s true that you and I have become ‘distant’ along with the rest of our family members over the years. But we are all still family.”

He goes on to share fond memories and says: “It does hurt my feelings not getting invited to your wedding, along with the rest of the family. But it’s not too late to send me an invite along with your entire family. We should all be there to show our love and support on your wedding day, because that’s what families do.”

Tom apologizes for writing his letter to Prince Harry, citing his disappointment and confusion about not getting an invite to their wedding. “I really only wish you the best,” he says finally.

Meghan and Tom Jr. share a father, Tom Markle Sr., who is expected to walk her down the aisle on May 19. Meghan has another sibling through her father, half-sister Samantha Grant, who has also spoken out against the soon-to-be royal.

Like Tom Jr., Samantha is not expected to be at the royal wedding.

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In Touch Weekly is an American celebrity gossip magazine. The magazine is focused on celebrity news, fashion, beauty, relationships and lifestyle, and is geared towards a younger readership, billing itself as "fast and fun", along with making claims about their lower cover price on their front cover to encourage buyers to purchase their magazine rather than the other titles on a supermarket checkout rack.It usually targets younger woman and teenage girls.



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