TMZ: Thomas Markle issued warning to Royal family to 'break silence'
Thomas Markle Sr. the father of the Duchess of Sussex, vowed to stop giving interviews if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle talk to him again.
It seems that the 74-year-old wants the Royal Family's attention and acknowledgment, especially since his recent interview with The Sun, which was published on Sunday, July 15, 2018.
The story was revealed by TMZ, who claims to have managed to obtain several statements from the estranged father, who wishes nothing but to be a part of his daughter's new life.
The Royals certainly didn't appreciate the fact that Markle Sr. went around town spilling the beans regarding private matters, which didn't contribute to the former Hollywood lighting director's reputation.
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Recently, during the interview with The Sun, Markle Sr. said that his daughter has been put under 'a lot of pressure' and that she is not happy as a member of the Royal Family.
He claimed to know Meghan and that he could tell by her face and her smile, wish he considers to be forced, that she is terrified of her Royal status, and is hiding behind a seemingly relaxed posture.
Now, given his birthday, July 18, Markle Sr. wishes for the Duchess of Sussex to pick up the phone and talk to him, arguing that he only gave all those interviews because he didn't like the way that the media portrayed him.
thomas marklehttps://t.co/narYgLfPX1— juicygossip.org (@JuicygossipO) July 17, 2018
The Royal Family has been giving Markle Sr. the silent treatment ever since he was caught in the staged photographs scandal, during which he posed for several snaps before the Royal Wedding.
The 74-year-old also gave an interview to Good Morning Britain, with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, in which he shared that he had been shunned by the Royal Family and that he was not happy about it.