Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's issue with her dad may finally be addressed by Kensington Palace. Pictured: Markle arrives at the High Altar for their wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018. Getty Images/Jonathan Brady/AFP

Meghan Markle and Thomas Markle’s ongoing feud will reportedly be addressed by Kensington Palace in an aggressive manner.

A royal insider told Entertainment Tonight (via Cosmopolitan) that the palace, which normally doesn’t release statements regarding the royal family’s personal affairs, is considering an aggressive strategy to put an end on Thomas’ ongoing media rants.

“The palace, which normally takes a firm policy of not commenting on personal matters, is now considering a more aggressive strategy to deal with the situation with both her father and her sister. No one wants to see this continue,” the source said.

According to the source, the palace is more worried about Markle’s dad than her half-sister, Samantha Markle, because she never had a relationship with her. Markle and Thomas, on the other hand, used to be close.

“She has gone through periods of difficulty with her father in the past, but she does love him. That’s what’s been so difficult about this,” the source said.

Earlier this month, Thomas blasted his daughter, Prince Harry, and the other members of the royal family by saying that they cut him off of Markle’s life. He also said that he could no longer reach his daughter through the palace aide’s contact numbers.

At one point, Thomas also mentioned Princess Diana in his interview and said that the late mom of two wouldn’t have liked how the royal family has been treating him.

Most recently, Thomas said that he hung up the phone on Prince Harry after he felt that he was being rude to him. Throughout all of his tirades, Markle, Prince Harry, and the other members of the royal family have not fired back at him.

But all this could change when the palace finally addresses the matter directly. However, the source did not share the specifics on how this will be done.