It’s been a few months since we last heard from Thomas Markle.
In case you were wondering, however, the bitter father of Meghan did not exactly change his angry tune during this mini media hiatus.
He hates the Duchess of Sussex for keeping his grandchild away from him and he still wants to know if he’ll ever meet his grandson.
He says, Meghan doesn’t return his calls.
“I would like them to send me a picture of Archie so I can frame it on my wall beside the one of Meghan.”
“Isn’t that what any grandfather would want? I’d love to know if he’s got the famous Markle nose.”
He’s been estranged from his daughter for decades and he accepted last year that he accepted money from the paparazzi in exchange for letting them take pictures of him.
Thomas then suffered some health problems and did not attend the Royal Wedding in May, 2018.
Markle now claims that neither Meghan nor Prince Harry reached out to him in the hospital and never once has Meghan ever asked me how I’m doing, not then, not since.
He also said that he has apologized many times for staging the photos and recently sent Meghan a card for her 38th birthday.
Thomas has said on numerous occasions that he just wants to be a small part of Meghan’s life but that the Royal beauty refuses to give him.
“There was never any problem between Meghan and me until recently,” he continued in this interview, adding:
“I’ve stayed quiet because Meghan was pregnant with Archie but I’m speaking out now because they and their PR people are continuing to ghost me out of her life.”
Does he hope to someday see and interact with his grandson?
“Of course, I’m disappointed not to see Archie,” he continued. “I had hoped becoming a mother would mellow Meghan and she would reach out.”
Meghan and Harry are both well-known for their humanitarian efforts.
They’re considered an especially charitable and giving couple, but Thomas thinks the twosome have failed to live up to this billing.
“Everyone raves about how gracious and wonderful they are, but they are not wonderful to their own family. That’s hypocritical,” he said simply.
“You can’t portray yourself as being charitable and bringing people together and then ghost your own father and your entire family. Their treatment of me has left a lot to be desired.”
Still, Thomas holds out hope.
“I believe all family differences can be resolved and I believe that can still happen for me, Meghan and Harry,” he concluded.
“I always hoped I would be as close to Meghan’s child as I was to her when she was a child.”