Meghan Markle allegedly ignored the flowers Thomas Markle sent her on her 40th birthday.
THOMAS MARKLE claims to have sent Meghan a bouquet of roses for her special birthday, but that she has yet to respond to the gift.
Her father reportedly sent a homage to her children, Archie and Lilibet, in the birthday flowers he sent her. According to TMZ, Thomas bought Meghan flowers and a handmade message for her 40th birthday, which simply wrote, “Wishing you a good birthday and better days.”
“We’re told the bouquet had a dozen red roses with two yellow blooms in the centre, signifying Meghan and Prince Harry’s two children,” the article stated.
This comes after Thomas Markle claimed Meghan has been ignoring him for years, preventing him from seeing his grandkids.
Thomas Markle, 77, is reportedly planning to sue Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in order to see his grandkids.
“We shouldn’t be penalizing Lili for Meghan and Harry’s terrible behavior,” Thomas told Fox News.
“Archie and Lili are two young girls. They have nothing to do with politics. They aren’t being used as pawns.
“They aren’t in the game.” They’re also royal, with the same rights as any other member of the royal family.”
“In the very near future, I will be petitioning the California courts for the right to see my grandchildren,” he continued.
Meghan Markle marked her 40th birthday this week by launching a “40×40” project with a video featuring Melissa McCarthy from Hollywood and Prince Harry juggling in the background.
The project urges people to volunteer 40 minutes of their time to help women re-enter the workforce.
Meghan’s poetry to honor her 40th birthday was barely shared 200 times online, according to reports revealed on Friday.
In January 2020, Harry and Meghan quit the Royal Family to pursue a more private life.
Since then, the pair has secured Netflix and Spotify partnerships, as well as giving an explosive interview to Oprah Winfrey in March on their experiences as members of the Royal Family.