Meghan Markle has not spoken to her father, Thomas Markle, for some time, since she later confessed to digging papyrus photos before her marriage to Prince Harry. The former lighting director did not even meet his royal son-in-law, leaving his two great-grandchildren Archie Harrison, two, and Libbit Diana for seven weeks.
In a recent conversation with Fox NewsThomas Markle has revealed that he will agree to take legal action if his daughter does not allow him and her two children, who live in their Montecito mansion in California, to live with Prince Harry. The 77-year-old said he feared he would never meet the two royal symbols again, as his condition was deteriorating.
“We should not be punished [Lili] For Meghan and Harry’s mistreatment. Archie and Lily are small children. They are not politics. They are not infantry. They are not part of the game. “And they are royal and entitled to the same rights as any other royal,” said Merkel, 70 miles from her home in Rosario, Mexico, 70 miles from the Sussex mansion in Santa Barbara.
“In the near future, I will appeal to the California courts for the right to see my grandchildren,” he added.
However, Thomas’s possible court request may not help him arrange a meeting with his grandchildren, as lawyer Mark Gross claims. The lawyer, who has previously represented Timmy Lynn Michaels, the ex-wife of Charlie Sheen, Lisa Marie Purcell and Melissa Etheridge, explained Our weekly His case is weakened by a previous California law case that ruled that the closeness between a grandfather and his grandchildren plays a key role in whether they are allowed to meet.
Grass noted that the judge allowed the grandfather to contact the children in the case on the grounds that they already had a “significant relationship”.
In Thomas’ case, Gross noted that “there is no relationship between Mr. Merkel and his grandchildren, there is no way for a court to meet him.”
The lawyer added that repeated attacks on Thomas’ daughter and son-in-law in several interviews were going to further weaken his case. Thomas has also testified against his daughter for the crime in which he filed a lawsuit against the British tabloid for publishing a private letter which he had sent to him.
“It’s definitely not in the best interest of the children either to go on television and interview Mr. Merkel about his intentions of finding out about his visit. Any judge would consider it and it would be a matter of concern.” If he were my client, I would advise him not to give any interviews. This is just self-service.