Desperately, Thomas Markle (74) repeatedly turns to his daughter publicly and wants her attention. He claims that Duchess Meghan, 37, has banished him from his life and denies contact. A royal biography warns Meghan now.
The relationship between Duchess Meghan and her father is waiting. That she doesn't contact him is not a good move, a royal cinema claims.
Robert Jobson, who recently published an unofficial biography of Prince Charles (70), says Duchess Meghan may regret the contact ban if something happens to her father.
"Would Meghan recommend contacting"
To express, he says, "I think Meghan is playing a dangerous game. If both of your parents are still alive, you can't imagine living without one of them. Thomas is not in good health and I would highly recommend Meghan to contact him and try to prepare everything. "
"She'll regret it"
Meghan must expect that she would not be sorry for the public if the case falls. Robert Jobson says, "When he dies, all tears flowing will be seen as crocodile tears. She won't regret contacting him if anything happens to him."
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Just days ago, Thomas Markle appealed to his daughter on TV. He told Good Morning Britain: "I love you very much, you are my daughter and I would love to hear from you. No matter the difficulties we have – we should be able to overcome them." dad? (KAD)