The Mail on Sunday: Thomas Markle fears he won't be allowed to meet his future grandchildren
Thomas Markle has given plenty of interviews in the past but now he says that his daughter Meghan would be better off if he was dead since he can't have any contact with her anyway.
The estranged 74-year-old- claims that he can longer talk to his daughter, who married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, because all her numbers have been disconnected as part of the Royal Family's plan to silence him.
According to The Mail on Sunday, Markle believes that the Duchess of Sussex might have children one day and that and he is worried he will never get to meet his grandchildren.
Markle, who is currently living in his Mexico home, says that Meghan has cruelly excised him from her life ever since he was caught in the staged photographs scandal right before the Royal Wedding.
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Thomas made the heartbreaking confession during a three-hour long interview with the Daily Mail. https://t.co/saLdDl3SDf— Coast (@Coast_fm) July 29, 2018
The retired award-winning Hollywood lighting director revealed that he hasn't spoken to his daughter for more than ten weeks and that he is hurt for not being able to contact her.
With Meghan's birthday right around the corner, on August 4, Markle says that he won't be able to wish her a happy birthday because every phone number he had to reach out to her has been cut off.
According to him, even if he were to send her a letter, it would only be one among thousands of others and that she wouldn't even see it; either that or the Palace would 'soak it in water for three days to make sure it wouldn't explode.'
Regarding the stories saying that he faked a heart attack and that he is an alcoholic, Markle considered them to be false and admitted that his body is no longer what it used to be.
In fact, he confessed that, at 74 years old and 6ft 4 in height, he is lucky to be alive considering that he suffers from heart problems and arthritis, arguing that men in his family rarely live past the age of 80.
Initially, Markle was supposed to walk his daughter down the aisle, but due to heart problems, he was convinced by his doctor not to attend the ceremony, with Prince Charles having the donor of taking his place beside Meghan.