Meghan Markle’s father Thomas says he wants to reconcile with his daughter and ‘longs to meet his grandchildren before he dies’
- Mr Markle last spoke out in May this year after the coronation of King Charles
Thomas Markle has spoken out again in an interview in an effort to see his grandchildren for the first time.
Meghan’s father will speak on Good Morning Britain in an exclusive interview on his daughter and Prince Harry.
And in the very brief clip used to trail the sit-down interview, he reveals he thinks that both of the Royal pair are to blame for the lack of contact.
Mr Markle told them he longs to meet his grandchildren before he dies. He also said he did not think William and Harry would reunite.
He said: ‘I’m open to it any time but I don’t see it coming.
‘He’s not open to peaceful solutions I don’t think.
‘And I don’t think either is Meghan. Unless both are onboard it’s not going to happen.’
Thomas Markle will appear on GMB this morning to speak about his daughter Meghan on air
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are seen during the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Saturday
Mr Markle last spoke out in May after Harry made a whistlestop visit to the UK for King Charle’s coronation.
The 78-year-old, said he had stayed up all night to watch the ceremony on TV at his home in Rosarito, Mexico.
He told the Mail on Sunday he believed ‘it was for the best’ that the Duchess stayed at home.
He continued: ‘There are too many disagreements between Meghan, Harry and the Royals.
Meghan Markle’s father Thomas Snr (middle with son Tom Jr,right, and daughter Samantha, left), who stayed up all night to watch the ceremony on TV at his home in Rosarito, Mexico, told the Mail on Sunday he believed ‘it was for the best’ that the Duchess stayed at home
Prince Harry looks on at his brother Prince William in the front row during the coronation of their father King Charles III at Westminster Abbey
Prince Harry flashed a Hollywood-worthy smile at Heathrow as he prepared to jet back to California after an awkward appearance at his father’s coronation
‘It was wonderful to watch the good people of Britain welcome their new King and Queen.’
Prince Harry slipped out of Westminster Abbey – accompanied by a Metropolitan police escort and four outriders – with only the briefest of goodbyes and headed straight for Heathrow Airport.
He rushed from the service to the airport in a blacked-out BMW accompanied by a Metropolitan police escort and four outriders, where he was taken to the VIP Windsor Suite.
After just 28 hours and 42 minutes in the UK, he was back on the plane to California before his father and stepmother had even finished having their official portraits taken.
And it appears Meghan too was keen to avoid the ‘drama’ of returning to the UK.
More to follow.
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