Meghan and Harry, according to Thomas Markle, “need to decide” whether or not they want to be royals.


Meghan and Harry, according to Thomas Markle, “need to decide” whether or not they want to be royals.

THOMAS Markle claims Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “need to decide” whether or not they want to be royals in the future.

Thomas Markle, Meghan Markle’s estranged father, has spoken out against the couple on several occasions since their relationship began to splinter ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry. Because Thomas and Meghan haven’t spoken since 2018, the former lighting director has yet to meet his grandchildren Archie and Lilibet. His most recent allegation is that as members of the Royal Family, Meghan and Harry should avoid getting involved in politics.

On GB News, Thomas Markle stated that the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry should determine whether or not they want to be royals.

The remark came as the two talked about Prince Harry’s recent accusations that he informed Twitter founder Jack Dorsey about the January 6 Capitol incident before it happened.

“I saw that and believed it was a joke,” he explained.

“And the notion that he [Harry] called them up and told them it was going to happen is absurd.”

“The concept that they’re both writing letters to the government is, first and foremost, something royals aren’t supposed to do.”

“As a result, they must decide whether to remain royals or to cease to be royals.”

“Of course, your daughter, Thomas, is also communicating with US Senators, introducing herself as the Duchess of Sussex and pushing for paid parental leave,” Mr Wootten continued.

“How did you react to that?”

“I think it’s ridiculous for her to be doing that,” Mr Markle said.

And I am a strong supporter of paid parental leave.

“I believe that if she is truly interested in doing that, she should go out and give lectures on her own and attempt to assist families in doing so.”

Meghan Markle has been chastised after it was revealed that she has been cold-calling US senators on their personal phones, attempting to persuade them to support paid parental leave.

Sen Susan Collins informed Politico that Meghan had also called her.

“She called me on my private line, much to my surprise, and she identified herself as the Duchess of Sussex, which is sort of comical,” she alleged.

“It was a pleasure to speak with her. But I’m more interested in what Maine residents have to say about it.” Meghan has been accused of being a liar by a number of people. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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