Meghan's dad tells 'arrogant' Harry to 'man up'

Brenda Watkins
January 10, 2019

"If there is any animosity between Meghan and Kate, they should put their differences aside". "I can't shut up because they have opened the door for a million people to criticize me and my family", Thomas said.

'And I think what was meant as well intended brotherly advice just riled Harry. First off, I think Kate is a stronger woman than that.

Speaking on Channel 5 documentary Kate V Meghan: Princesses At War, Ms Malone said: "I think Kate would very definitely be threatened by Meghan's presence and her appearance on the royal scene".

Thomas added that the reason why he is sharing so much about his personal life with Meghan and their current situation with the public is because of his daughter and Prince Harry's silence.

She continued, "I believe Prince Harry will give a piece of keepsake jewellery that will publicly be worn the week of the birth".

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began renting the Cotswold's property before their wedding in May last year on a two-year lease. Juliet Hughes-Hallett, chair and founder of Smart Works, said she was "thrilled" to have the Duchess on board.

In the meantime Meghan's half-sister, Samantha (54), is set to release her own book about the former actress - titled In the Shadows of the Duchess - in April or May, Daily Star reports. He says, "if they ever want to speak to me, maybe I'll quiet down a little bit. How can I help you?'" "I need to know why she is being bashed every day".

Markle will defend his daughter in this case, but he told The Sun the lack of communication between him and his daughter has left a dream turn into a "nightmare". "I've been a good father I've done nothing wrong. It's just incomprehensible for Meghan to treat me this way".

According to Markle, when he was caught red-handed faking the photos after being warned not to cooperate with the paparazzi, Harry told him, "This is what happens when you don't listen to what we tell you to do".

"If I'm the first person who's insulted you or hurt your feelings, you've got a long way to go", he said. I feel that he feels he is above everyone else and that he has a right to talk down to people.

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