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. "His BAC [Blood Alcohol content] was.11 percent, .08 is the legal limit", Captain Tim Fox said.
Thomas was taken to the Grants Pass Sobering Center and his Chevy Silverado was impounded.
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She barricaded herself in an airport hotel room and launched a social media campaign that drew global attention to her case. She said she raised Australia's concerns about the case with Thailand's deputy prime minister and foreign minister.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's bodyguard has quit after only six months and is the third royal aide to have resigned in the last three months.
Kensington Palace did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment on the staffing changes.
The bodyguard, who is thought to hold the rank of inspector, had replaced Sgt Bill Renshaw, Harry's long-standing head of security, who retired after more than 30 years in the force.
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It's particularly bad timing for the Markle family, as it comes just days after Thomas issued a wedding invitation to his little sister, begging her to "bring our family closer together".
The woman, an inspector with the Metropolitan Police assigned to cover the British royal family, can not be named for security reasons, but had a 15-minutes-of-fame moment in Fiji in October when she leapt into action to remove Meghan from a market which became overcrowded and was deemed a safety threat.
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