Meghan Markle’s nephew, Tyler Dooley, recently took a swipe at the royal family amid the Duchess of Sussex and Kate Middleton’s rumored feud.

The reality TV star said that his aunt has gone through a lot just to have everything she has now. “I think her levels of humanity are pretty huge. I think it is a lot more prevalent than what is already in the royal family and their beliefs,” he told Daily Star.

Dooley, who is the son of Markle’s half-sister, also took his aunt’s side amid all of the criticisms she has been receiving from the media, her palace aides, and royal critics. He said that Markle’s life as a new member of the royal family is not easy. After all, everything she does is under the microscope.

“Your whole life is watched over. You have to always put on a brave face and be positive,” he said.

This is not the first time that “The Royal World” star talked about the Duchess of Sussex. But in the past, she accused the “Suits” alum of tearing his family apart. After all, Markle has not reached out to her dad, Thomas Markle Sr., and her siblings since she got married to Prince Harry on May 19.

Dooley also said that she and Markle used to have a close relationship with each other, but the former actress cut him off when she became a royal.

In related news, multiple sources have denied that Markle and Middleton are feuding with each other. In fact, the rumors have died down a bit because Markle is now being accused of being difficult. The Duchess of Sussex reportedly wakes up very early in the morning to workout and demand many things from her palace aides.

As of late, at least two of her personal royal staff have already resigned from work. After she gives birth, her aide Samantha Cohen is also expected to give up her role of helping Markle out as a new royal.

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Meghan Markle's nephew has once again come to her defense amid rumors that she's difficult to work with. Pictured: Markle smiles as she leaves the Hubb Community Kitchen to see how funds raised by the 'Together: Our Community' Cookbook are making a difference at Al Manaar, North Kensington on November 21, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson