The new book entitled “Finding Freedom, Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family” has revealed that Meghan Markle had repeatedly sent messages to her father, requesting him to attend her wedding. And the bare outcome of her efforts was that they got hardly answered, even on the pre ceremonial night of the royal wedding.
With a tired gesture
If we go by the second of three excerpts shared in The Times of London, the tome states, “The night before the wedding, she sent her father one last text. He did not reply.” While the Suits actress sat in a bath later the same night to FaceTime with her pal, she sent her dad a final text writing, ‘I can’t sit up all night just pressing send.’”
The second instalment from the volume which was published on Sunday deals with Meghan’s father, Thomas, as well as the behind-the-scenes leading to the rift between the duo in the next weeks up till the royal marriage.
Breaching the trust
According to former excerpts, Markle was mocked as “Harry’s showgirl” by the palace officials.
On the other hand, when “candid” pictures of Thomas reading a British history book and checking stories of his daughter at an Internet cafe from his home in the Rosarito Beach, Mexico surfaced in tabloids, Meghan didn’t believe that her father was uniting with the photographers, the latest snippet disclosed.
The outright fault
Insiders who spoke to the authors of the book reported Meghan’s words to Thomas over the phone as “Dad, we need to know if this is true or not because my team is going to try to stop this story running — if you are telling me it’s fake. If they do that, they’re going out of their way to protect you, Dad. You’re telling me you’re being victimized, right?”
But in reply, “he lied to Meghan,” saying he hardly got himself involved in the context.