Thomas Markle reiterates his now remote relationship with his daughter Meghan Markle .
On Saturday Mail posted an interview with the former light director, in which he discussed at length the "Wall of Silence," which he believes Meghan and Prince Harry took up, as well as his lack of communication with his daughter. "Everything was filled with a stony silence," he said.
Thomas claimed that he had been trying for some time to contact the Duchess of Sussex, but his phone calls went unanswered. Similarly, he expressed himself in July in an interview with The Mail on Sunday . He then said, "She would not be anything without me, I made her the Duchess she is today, and all that Meghan is, I made her."
He told Mail on Sunday in his recent issue interview: "I'm hurt by what happened, but I will not keep silent."
The 74-year-old claimed that his life had been "turned upside down" since Meghan met Prince Harry The press and paparazzi press apparently intensified when the Royals announced that they would be their first child together expected.
If there's a message that Thomas wants to convey to his daughter, the Duchess, he wants to be able to talk to her. "If only she spoke to me, things could be different," he said Mail on Sunday . "I really love Meghan, I want her and Harry to have a beautiful, healthy baby and a great life."
He said, "I have made dozens of attempts to reach out to my daughter through text and letters, but she and Harry have set up a wall of silence." Thomas declared Mail on Sunday that he continued to speak because he wanted to "bring out the truth".
When he heard his daughter's pregnancy (he was apparently in the US-Mexico border car), he was "thrilled". He said in October The Mail on Sunday : "I was full of love, joy and happiness for my beautiful daughter and son-in-law, a new baby is a blessing and I look forward to seeing it a little Meghan or a Little Harry. "
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Another part of Thomas's far-reaching interview with the site was the sharing of maps that allegedly Meghan was written by when she was younger. "She has written hundreds of small cards and notes over the years," he said.
One such letter said, "Daddy, I do not express myself as often as I should mean for you, everything you do for me has made me who I am and I am so grateful. All I want is to make you proud … and I promise, no matter what, I'll do it, thanks for everything, Daddy, I love you with all my heart and now and forever. "
While Thomas most for At the time, he could not believe the rumors that Meghan and Kate Middleton were allegedly wrong and Meghan had spoken disrespectfully to the palace employees. He expressed concern about his daughter, as he often did in other interviews. "The Meghan I know was always sweet, kind and generous, always demanding but never rude," he said. "I do not want to say or do anything to hurt my daughter, but I'm worried she's going to hurt herself."
The dispute between Meghan and Kate became so fierce that even Kensington Palace commented on it last weekend. According to The Sun a palace spokesman informed the publication that the "explosive series" between the sisters-in-law "never happened."
Meghan and Prince Harry are even expected to spend Christmas with Kate and Prince William at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate.
Thomas only hopes that he will one day be reunited with his daughter.
"Your treatment with me is harsh, painful, and unforgiving, and I'm being punished for things I did not say," he said. "They are all bulls – Meghan and I had no problems before."
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