Although Meghan Markle now lives in the U.S. again, one of her relatives — who chose to remain anonymous — said they believe the Duchess is too good for her family.
"Yeah, right after I set up a play date with Oprah Winfrey's family, too?" the relative quipped to Fox News. "We're clearly in different social classes and we won't ever talk again."
The relative also touched upon Meghan's strained relationship with her father, Thomas Markle. (The two haven't spoken in a few years.)
"Real quality family is what's important to me," the relative shared, adding that Meghan not being close to her brood is "her choice."
"You shouldn't have to be someone you're not, or a certain class to be accepted and loved," they added.
Ultimately, the relative has cut ties with Meghan for good.
"I'm not chasing after someone that doesn't want to talk to me. I have my own family and we couldn't be happier sharing the love that we have. So in other words, I couldn't care less," the family source said.
However, the relative hopes that Meghan — who just welcomed daughter Lilibet Diana — is enjoying time with her new tot.
"I'm happy for them," they said. "Starting a family is the most rewarding thing and I wish them the best."
Meanwhile, Thomas revealed that he heard about his new grandchild "on the radio."
"I'll be very disappointed that I don't get to hold my granddaughter," he said in a new clip for 60 Minutes Australia. "I haven't spoken to her since two days before [she and Prince Harry] got married."
In March, the former actress said she was upset at her father after he claimed he didn't talk to the press about his involvement in her wedding, even though he did.
"If we're going to use the word betrayal, it's because when we were told by the comms team that this was going to be a story coming out – the tabloids had apparently known for a month or so and decided to hold until the Sunday before our wedding to create drama, which is also really key in all of this," she explained.
"We called my dad and I asked him and he said, 'No, absolutely not [I didn't talk to the tabloids],'" Meghan shared. "I said, 'You know, the institution has never intervened for anything for us but they can try to go in and kill this story, but if they do this once, we're not going to be able to use this leverage to protect our own kids one day.' I said, 'I just need you to tell me the truth and we can help.' And he wasn't able to do that."
"That, for me, has really resonated, especially now as a mother," she concluded. "I look at Archie and think about this child and I go, 'I genuinely can't imagine doing anything to intentionally cause pain to my child; I can't imagine it.' So, it's hard for me to reconcile that."
Despite not having a relationship with Meghan, Thomas still wished his daughter well. "I am very pleased with the announcement of the safe and healthy delivery of my new granddaughter, and I wish her and her mother all my love and best wishes," he shared.