Thomas Markle is comparing himself to King Charles after clashing with Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry

Thomas Markle is comparing himself to King Charles after clashing with Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry

The family conflicts surrounding Prince Harry (39) and Duchess Meghan (42) will never end, and at this point there is hardly a family member they haven't quarreled with. The public has gained insight into many conflicts, whether through statements, interviews, books and television series.

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Before the Duchess and her father Thomas Markle (79 years old), the relationship faded when the latter took paparazzi photos ahead of the prince’s wedding in 2018. Today, the father and daughter are not supposed to have any contact at all, but that does not prevent the 79-year-old from speaking out publicly in The media.

Family feuds: Meghan and Harry are involved in numerous family feuds on both sides.  Photo: Seth Wing/AP Photo/NTB

Family feuds: Meghan and Harry are involved in numerous family feuds on both sides. Photo: Seth Wing/AP Photo/NTB
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In an exclusive interview with daily Mailaccording to Page sixMarkle compares herself to her father-in-law, King Charles, and believes that neither of them deserved the treatment they received from Harry and Meghan.

diffuse: Criticism is directed at Meghan Markle after a video of her with Prince Harry spread online. Video: @Sussexroyal_hm via Instagram / Red Runner.
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– I would have liked to talk to him, because I'm sure he has as many unanswered questions as I do. None of us deserve the treatment we receive. He is undergoing cancer treatment and I am not in the best of health either.

In February, the British monarch was diagnosed with cancer, and Markle says he has deep sympathy for him.

Speak: In 2021, Thomas Markle appeared on the show

SPEAK OUT: In 2021, Thomas Markle appeared on “Good Morning Britain” to talk about his daughter's highly publicized interview with Oprah. Here with presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid. Image: ITV/Shutterstock/NTB
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– I have a lot of questions I want to ask Meghan and Harry. The most important thing is: Why did they treat not only me, but the royal family and the king so badly?

- He is not above the law

– He is not above the law


The 79-year-old adds that he has yet to meet his grandchildren Archie, 5, and Lilibet, 3, and believes the children will soon be wondering why. He claims that it is only a matter of time before the princely couple realizes what they have lost, due to all the conflicts.

First meeting: Unlike Thomas Markle, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth met Archie.  Here with Harry and Meghan, as well as the latter's mother Doria.  Picture: Chris Allerton/Sussex Royal/REX/NTB

First meeting: Unlike Thomas Markle, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth met Archie. Here with Harry and Meghan, as well as the latter's mother Doria. Picture: Chris Allerton/Sussex Royal/REX/NTB
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In just over a month, on July 18, Markle will turn 80. However, he is sure that his biggest birthday wish will not come true.

Prince Harry, 38, and Prince Andrew, 63, had no official role during King Charles' coronation. Video: A.B.
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-I hope we can manage this situation. I've always been ready and willing to do this. (…) I didn't care much about birthdays, but I knew the only person I wanted to hear from, Megan, wouldn't get back to me. I would love to meet my grandchildren, but at this point I'd just settle for a photo too.

Father-in-law: Doria Ragland, King Charles and Queen Camilla at Harry and Meghan's wedding.  Photo: Jane Barlow/Pennsylvania Images/NTB

Father-in-law: Doria Ragland, King Charles and Queen Camilla at Harry and Meghan's wedding. Photo: Jane Barlow/Pennsylvania Images/NTB
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Harry and Meghan have been living in California, United States, since 2020. According to Page Six, they have kept in touch with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, while Harry has never met his father-in-law.

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