Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continued to treat Thomas Markle silently after several attempts to reach him through several TV interviews. In her latest, she talks about her daughter’s personality changes since she became Duchess of Sussex.
The former Hollywood lighting director claims that he does not know his daughter because she has changed a lot. He told Dan Votten during an interview on Thursday. GB News That she has become a liar.
“She’s changed, she’s not the daughter I knew. My daughter was a much more generous, loving person,” he said.
Thomas even insisted that Meghan Markle lied during her interview with Oprah Winfrey in March. Voten referred to the resignation of Pierce Morgan from “Good Morning Britain” when he criticized the Duchess. He refused to apologize after calling her a liar.
Thomas agreed with the TV presenter because he claimed that his daughter had been “lying for years, she had been lying about different things for years.” He referred to the lie he told Winfrey about the secret wedding he and Prince Harry performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury on May 19, 2018, just days before the royal wedding.
“Lying about the Archbishop? How can you lie about the Archbishop? How can you say we got married three days before the wedding when he didn’t?” He added that Meghan did not have the ability to lie at first and blamed Prince Harry for the change.
“No, no, it’s new. It’s been since Harry. I don’t know if he’s behind it or not, but I really think Harry and some of his friends have changed it. I’m my daughter. I love them, but I don’t “don’t always like what they’re doing. “
He even accused the Duke of Sussex of keeping his daughter away. He confirmed the report that he had sent her flowers and a birthday note on her 40th birthday. He said he “didn’t really expect to hear the answer” but tried nonetheless.
Thomas also talked about the paparazzi shots he had taken before the Royal Wedding and said he had “done nothing horrible.” But he does not understand why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle refused to talk to him even after apologizing. He did not consider himself “worthy of this kind of ignorance.”