“Meghan, Dad has treated you like a princess your whole life, it’s not too late to make amends”: Thomas Markle “hopes to mend rifts with Duchess after Harry and William settle differences at Queen’s funeral.” put aside”
Thomas Markle hopes to mend the rift with his daughter after Harry and William settle their differences at the Queen’s funeral.
The 78-year-old watched the service with his son Thomas Jr. and was strengthened by the show of royal unity between the brothers.
The Duke of Sussex and the Prince of Wales put their feud aside for a united front to commemorate the monarch and showed again that they could at least speak to each other as they interacted in Windsor Castle’s chapel.
Thomas Jr – Meghan’s half-brother – told the Sunday Mirror: “We both watched clips from the Queen’s funeral together.
“I was blown away by how honored every spectator was to be there and to be respectful.”
“Dad has treated you like a princess your whole life and deserves the respect,” he added.
“You didn’t call him about his heart attack or stroke, but it’s never too late.”
Thomas Markle hopes to mend the rift with his daughter after Harry and William settle their differences at the Queen’s funeral
Thomas paid tribute to the Queen after she died in Balmoral aged 96 – calling it the “end of an era”.
Meghan’s father said the devastating update was “truly a loss to the world”.
Thomas, who never met Her Majesty due to arguments with his daughter before her wedding, added it feels like we’ve all lost a member of our family.
Markle told DailyMail.com: “My heart goes out to the Royal Family and the British people for the loss of their most loved and admired Queen Elizabeth.
“Her service, grace and dedication signal the end of an era and she will always be remembered.
“Truly a loss to the world.” He added, “In a way, it feels like we’ve all lost a member of our family.”
Thomas hit out at Meghan’s claim that she ‘lost’ him – and accused her of throwing people ‘under the bus’.
It came after she apparently said Prince Harry spoke of a breakdown in relations with Prince Charles following his decision to move to the US.
The brothers put their feud aside for a united front to commemorate the monarch and showed again that they could at least speak to each other as they interacted in Windsor Castle’s chapel
However, hours after her remarks were published in The Cut magazine, Meghan’s unofficial spokesman Omid Scobie wrote on social media: “I understand that Prince Harry is indeed referring to Meghan’s loss of her own father and Meghan is saying that she doesn’t want Harry to be his to lose.’
Mr Markle, who suffered a blood clot in his brain earlier this year, said: “I am still very ill and am trying to recover from the stroke in May. Yet every time she opens her mouth, she brings me inside [the story]. It never ends.’
From his home in Rosarito, Mexico, he haltingly told The Mail on Sunday: “She didn’t ‘lost’ me, she dumped me.
“I’m not lost. She knows where to find me. My number hasn’t changed. I would love to hear from my daughter and meet my son-in-law and grandchildren for the first time.”
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