Meghan Markle's Estranged Family Gets Shut Down on Live TV While Discussing Royal Wedding Invites

Two of the bride-to-be's family members appeared on 'Good Morning Britain.'

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding invitations have been sent out, and it looks like not everyone made the cut.

On Monday, two of the bride-to-be's estranged family members were guests on the British morning show Good Morning Britain, where they revealed they were most likely snubbed from the invite list -- before brutally getting shut down on live TV by one of the hosts!

Meghan's nephew, Tyler Dooley, and his mother, Tracy Dooley (who is divorced from Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr.), said they had not yet received invites to what's sure to be the biggest event of the year. Although they were sent out last week, the two were still holding out a tiny bit of hope that they could receive one.

"We've been here from the very beginning, I mean her whole life, just always rooting her on and supporting her," Thomas claimed, before Tracy chimed in, "Chances are, I don’t think that we are going to get the invitations, and that's just -- that's fine, we're OK with that. But we're supporting her on and just having a good time, so proud of her."

One of the hosts then asked Thomas and Tracy when they last spoke to Meghan. Thomas said it was about three years ago, while Tracy claimed it had been around 20 years since they had a conversation.

"Well, then it doesn't seem unreasonable for you not to be invited, does it?" the male host, Richard Madeley, asked. "I mean, if it's 20 years, you're pretty much on the fringes, aren't you, of the family, to be honest?"

Tracy also claimed that she has spoken to Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, about his involvement in the wedding. "I've heard that he's going to be over there and I'm sure that he will be giving her away," she said. "The arrangements are being made ... from me talking to him, he's very excited to be a part of it."

ET reported back in December that Meghan was planning to include both her father and her mother, Doria Ragland, on her special day. "Meghan asked her father to walk her down the aisle," a source told us at the time. "She does want him included and she wants to uphold tradition."

Royal expert Katie Nicholl echoed those statements while chatting with ET last week. "Well, I think in terms of who Meghan's inviting from her family, it may well just be her mother and her father," she said. "My sources tell me she's very much estranged from her half-brother and her half-sister, [Samantha Grant], and those extended members of the family. I think if you've spoken publicly, you're not gonna make that wedding list."

For more on Meghan and Harry's upcoming nuptials, watch the video below, and keep up with all of ET's coverage of the royal wedding right here as we count down to May 19.