Meghan’s father says he’d like to see her, even if it’s in court


Meghan’s father says he’d like to see her, even if it’s in court

In a new interview, Thomas Markle says his estranged daughter has ‘ghosted’ him

Guy Faulconbridge and Elizabeth Howcroft

Meghan Markle’s estranged father Thomas said on Monday that he was prepared to face his daughter in court and that she and her husband Prince Harry had hurt Queen Elizabeth by abruptly stepping back from royal duties.

Harry, the British monarch’s grandson, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, agreed with the queen this month that they would no longer work as members of the royal family after their surprise announcement that they wanted to carve out “a progressive new role” that they hope to finance themselves.

“I think they’ve hurt the queen, I think they’ve hurt the royals, and it just doesn’t work,” Markle told ITV’s Good Morning Britain programme. “I’m a little embarrassed for them and feeling really sorry for the queen...

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