Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Meghan Markle’s Bodyguard Quits After Just Six Months

Meghan Markle’s Bodyguard Quits After Just Six Months

The blond bodyguard gained some prominence in royal watchers' eyes during Markle and Prince Harry's trip to Australia, Fiji and Tonga, when the guard had to intervene due to crowd management concerns. According to police, Thomas Jr. took a breathalyzer test after performing a field sobriety test and had a blood alcohol concentration of.11 percent. He was then taken to the Grants Pass Sobering Center, and his auto was impounded.

Thomas, 52 - who is half-brother to the new Duchess of Sussex - is reportedly facing a drink-driving charge after the arrest in Oregon.

The woman was brought in last year to oversee the Sussexes entire security operation, replacing Harry's former chief protection officer Sergeant Bill Renshaw, who was in the role for 30 years.

Kensington Palace did not comment on the staffing changes.

He was taken to a detox centre, authorities said.

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The gorgeous Duchess has always been a devotee of yoga (her mum is a teacher), and has introduced the philosophy to her new husband.

Others defended Meghan, 37, tweeting: "We don't choose our relatives".

The bodyguard's name has not been identified, but insiders claimed that she is leaving the police force entirely.

He added: "It's hopeful that if Meghan and Harry came and my father - Meghan and Harry could spend some time together with him and that would be good".

Meghan Markle had a very busy week, which included the announcement that she is receiving her first four royal patronages from Queen Elizabeth. But she must be wondering what her new in-laws make of all these stories.

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