- Meghan Markle's father wants back in her life
- He is trying to connect with the Royal Family
- Thomas has a message for Prince Charles
Thomas Markle Sr. isn't giving up on his relationship with his estranged daughter Meghan — or her royal in-laws, apparently.
Mr. Markle hasn't been in his daughter's life since his antics before her wedding to Prince Harry. But get this: he now says he's attending the Queen's Jubilee, and he really wants to bond with Prince Charles.
Dramatic statement from Meghan Markle's estranged father
Queen Elizabeth celebrates her Platinum Jubilee in June. In a new interview, Meghan's dad said he'll be there and wants to meet the royals.
Thomas told GB News that he specifically wants to thank Prince Charles "for walking my daughter down the aisle" at her wedding — which he didn't attend for health reasons.
Mr. Markle also believes he and Prince Charles, Meghan's father-in-law, have "a lot in common now." He explained: "We've pretty much both been ghosted by our children. So yeah, I would really enjoy talking to him. If that's possible, that would be great."
For the moment, it's unclear if Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will attend the Jubilee celebrations in the UK this June.
But, in his new interview, Mr. Markle declared he'll be there and: "I'm going to make sure that the Queen understands that my entire family respects the Queen and the royals."
The drama never seems to end with Duchess Meghan's estranged family. As unlikely as it sounds, it would be something to see Thomas Markle mingling with the royals at the Jubilee — with or without Meghan and Harry.
Mr. Markle, 77, currently lives in Mexico and seemingly occupies himself by publicly criticizing his daughter.