Thomas Markle criticizes Meghan and Prince Harry for bombshell biography

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Thomas Markle told his daughter Meghan and her husband Prince Harry it was the ‘worst time in the world to whine’ after the release of an explosive biography on their relationship with the royal family.

Speaking from his home in Rosario, Mexico, he criticized the Sussexes and said he didn’t really appreciate what Meghan has become.

The biography, Finding Freedom, laid bare the frictions and tensions that led to Megxit following a relationship breakdown between Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family.

Now Mr Markle, 76, who was also mentioned in Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s book, has slammed his daughter and husband on her release.

Harry and Meghan have denied having anything to do with the biography, although questions about their involvement have been raised by the book’s high level of detail.

Responding to the new biography of his daughter Meghan and Prince Harry, Thomas Markle said: “I love my daughter but I really don’t appreciate what she has become at the moment”

The biography, Finding Freedom, laid bare the frictions and tensions that led to Megxit following a relationship breakdown between Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family.

The biography, Finding Freedom, laid bare the frictions and tensions that led to Megxit following a relationship breakdown between Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family.

Mr Markle told The Sun: ‘This is the worst time in the world for them to whine and complain about anything – because people all over the world are suffering from the coronavirus pandemic.

“I love my daughter but I really don’t appreciate what has become of her at the moment.

In an excerpt from the book published on Sunday, he claims that Harry and Meghan had ‘rejected’ the idea of ​​getting help to protect his father as coverage of their romance grew.

Mr Markle said: ‘It is incredible news that the Royal Family advised them to help me and refused to do so. “

The biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is already the bestselling book on Amazon UK, two weeks before its release.

Finding Freedom, by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, was only released on August 11, but is already topping the media giant’s bestseller list as royal fans rush to pre-order their copy. The book is at number 14 on the US chart at the time of writing.

Scobie and Duran, they spoke to over 100 sources, including “close friends of Harry and Meghan, royal assistants and palace staff (past and present)” with all information in the book having “at least two sources “.

Extraordinary personal details littered throughout Finding Freedom include details of when Meghan confessed to writing her father, Thomas, a final message while on FaceTime in a bathtub.

Thomas Markle slammed Meghan and Prince Harry for explosive new biography

Thomas Markle slammed Meghan and Prince Harry for explosive new biography

The biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is already a success. Pictured are the couple in London in March

Finding Freedom, by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, was only released on August 11, but already tops the media giant's bestseller list as royal fans rush to pre-order their copy

Finding Freedom, by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, was only released on August 11, but is already topping the media giant’s bestseller list as royal fans rush to pre-order their copy. The book is at number 14 on the US chart at the time of writing. On the left, the couple in March

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex is already the best-selling book on Amazon UK, two weeks before its release. In the photo, the current graph

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex is already the best-selling book on Amazon UK, two weeks before its release. In the photo, the current graph

The book also claims that Meghan has not spoken to her father since he failed to attend her wedding.

Heartbroken Meghan sent Mr Markle a final text the day before her wedding, the book claims.

Mr. Markle did not attend the wedding and was unable to walk her down the aisle.

This was despite Meghan’s desperate attempts to persuade him to attend.

She reportedly left dozens of frantic messages for her father, even telling him that a car would take him to Los Angeles Airport so he could travel to London for the ceremony.

But despite the “barrage of voicemail messages and text messages”, he refused to get into the waiting vehicle.

Finding Freedom then says it stopped responding to messages after she called him “at least 20 times.”

Mr Markle ultimately said the stress of media relations caused him to have a heart attack.

Earlier it was revealed that Prince Harry was so keen on leaving the royal family that he initially declined the offer of a trial period which could have seen him and Meghan return to the UK after Megxit, have claimed from royal sources.

The review was insisted on by courtiers and other royals, with the Queen wishing to let Harry know he could return to the fold if he changed his mind.

However, the Duke of Sussex was keen on making a ‘clean break’ and had to be persuaded to accept the trial period.

A source said: “He was adamantly opposed to the review process. “

It is believed that Harry was against the idea because it came from “the institution” and he feared that a criticism would lessen the impact of their departure, allowing the media to write that they could return.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The Queen

The Queen wanted to include a review period that would allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to return to the royal family after Megxit – although Harry initially declined the offer.

According to the Finding Freedom bombshell biography, Harry believed the ‘old guard’ at Buckingham Palace didn’t like Meghan and wanted to make her life difficult.

This belief is believed to have fueled his desire not to include a review option in Megxit.

The latest claims come after days of revealing the Finding Freedom biography, which exposed Harry and Meghan’s increasingly broken relationship with the palace.

The book aired the divisions between Prince Harry and other members of the royal family, including his brother Prince William, with a source admitting: “People are aware that this doesn’t look good on anyone.

However, some have suggested that the revelations are not as bad as expected, according to the Times.

The biography, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, also revealed that Harry had 'become frustrated' that he and Meghan 'often take the backseat for other family members', including his father and his brother. Pictured: The Royal Family after the annual Commonwealth Service in March

The biography, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, also revealed that Harry had “become frustrated” that he and Meghan “often take the back seat for other family members”, including his father and brother. Pictured: The Royal Family after the annual Commonwealth Service in March

It was reported that the book, which Harry and Meghan insisted had nothing to do with them, had ‘torpedoed’ their chances of returning to the royal family after the probationary period.

However, sources have now refuted the idea, pointing out that the Sussexes have shown no sign of wanting to return from California while revealing that Harry opposed the review in the first place.

One of them said that “under no circumstances would they admit” it was a big mistake “. “

However, a source close to Harry and Meghan said: ‘Should I rule out that they are taking on roles for the family in the future? Absolutely not.

“But a large-scale comeback soon is not likely. It’s not a question of animosity or anything like that. They have not yet achieved what they were trying to do.

They also insisted that Harry and William’s relationship was not as bad as the one depicted in the book.

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