Thomas Markle, Meghan Markle’s estranged father, has spoken out to issue a warning to his daughter saying she could face a “stunning” legal battle that would embarrass her beyond belief.
The Duchess of Sussex’s dad, 75, told The Sun “I’ll see Meghan in court” as he prepares to be a witness in a legal battle over a letter Meghan wrote him outlining her devastation over their estrangement.
He said, “When me and Meghan end up in a courtroom together, it will be quite stunning for everybody.” He then added, “everything will come out” should he and Meghan face each other in court.
The former husband of Doria Ragland warned that the repercussions of the legal battle would be huge, because he asserted he had been told things he has now learned aren’t true.
Just before the wedding of Harry and Meghan, Thomas was found to be colluding with paparazzi photographers and selling sets of photos of himself in Mexico.
He then suffered a heart attack and was unable to travel to the UK to walk Meghan down the aisle at the huge British royal wedding. Since then he and Meghan have not spoken.
He told The Sun, “It will be emotional. I don’t know how we will both accept it.
“It would be the worst place to have to meet her and Harry — but it might come down to that because I will certainly testify against the things that have been said about me. The lies.”
Yesterday, he also told Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain that he felt Harry and Meghan had disgraced the royal family when they announced they would not be senior royals or live in Britain full-time.
“What they have decided to do is to me embarrassing,” he said. “I think when they got married they married into royalty and they knew what they were getting themselves into.
“That’s been Harry’s life, Meghan has had a similar kind of life. I think they’ve hurt the Queen. I think they’ve hurt the royals – and it just doesn’t work to be going to another country and serving England. It’s never going to work.”