Meghan Markle’s dad seeks King Charles’ support over shared heartbreak

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been accused of making King Charles suffer

Meghan Markle’s father lent his sympathy to King Charles over being deprived of seeing their grandchildren during their old age.

In a conversation with the Daily Mail ahead of his 80th birthday in nearly a month, Thomas Markle reflected on being “on the same boat” as the King of England, owing to their shared heartbreak and respective health battles.

Both Thomas and Charles are desperate to reunite with Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 2, who are currently out of reach due to strained family dynamics.

“I would love to speak to him because I am sure he has as many unanswered questions as I do. Neither of us deserves the treatment we’ve received,” the former lighting designer expressed to the outlet.

“He is going through cancer treatment and I’m not in the best of health. I’m not afraid of dying. It is what it is,” Thomas noted.

“I have so many questions I’d like to ask Meghan and Harry. The main one being, why have they treated not only me but the Royal Family and the King so badly.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into a multi-million-dollar mansion in Montecito, California after stepping down as working royals in 2020.

Meanwhile, Meghan has largely kept away from her own family, including her father and half-siblings, ever since marrying Harry six years ago.


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