As Meghan Markle’s father was interviewed by The Sun on the royal couple’s upcoming biography, Finding Freedom, Thomas told the publication, “I love my daughter but I really don’t appreciate what she’s become right now. This is the worst time in the world for them to be whining and complaining about anything — because people everywhere are suffering due to the coronavirus pandemic”.
Without further execution
When a snippet from the tome was published by The Sunday Times over the weekend, it stated that Meghan and Harry “rejected” the idea of protecting Thomas Markle as media coverage about the father-daughter relationship escalated at that time. While Thomas was presented with the context, he reacted saying, “The fact the royals advised them to get me help and they refused to do it is incredible news.”
Far from being personal
Meanwhile, a spokesperson representing the pair revealed to Entertainment Tonight, “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to Finding Freedom. This book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reporting.”
What’s on the radar?
As the shocking allegations about the duo came to the forefront, Daily Mail reported that the volume has “torpedoed” their chances to make a comeback within the royal brood in the upcoming days. Contrarily, insiders rejected such notions who predicted Meg-Harry have been hardly showing any sign to return from the US. A begetter remarked, “Under no circumstances would they ever admit ‘this was a big mistake”, while another anonymous person close to the couple commented, “Do I rule out them taking on roles for the family in the future? Absolutely not. But a full-scale return soon is not likely. That is not down to animosity or anything like that. They have not yet reached what they were seeking to do.”