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Thomas Markle "gave up Meghan and Harry" after reading Finding Freedom, says son Thomas Jnr.


Thomas Markle "completely gave up" Meghan and Harry after reading the new book Finding Freedom, says son Thomas Jnr.

  • Meghan Markle's father Thomas has & # 39; Meghan and Harry & # 39; completely abandoned
  • Meghan's half-brother Thomas Jnr claims that his father no longer trusts her
  • He also said that Thomas Snr, 76, was angry after reading the new book Finding Freedom

Meghan Markle's father Thomas has given up his daughter and Harry "completely" since reading the new book "Finding Freedom".

Thomas Markle, 76, has lost hope of seeing Meghan and Prince Harry again and "no longer trusts her," said his son Thomas Markle Jnr.

Thomas Jnr, 53, said his father had stayed angry after reading excerpts from the new book Finding Freedom, the Spiegel reported.

Thomas Markle, 76, (top) has given up reunion with his daughter Meghan since reading the new book Finding Freedom, as his son Thomas Markle Jr. claimed

Meghan's half-brother said that Thomas Snr "didn't trust" his daughter (both pictured) and that he "completely gave up Meghan and Harry".

Meghan's half-brother said that Thomas Snr "didn't trust" his daughter (both pictured) and that he "completely gave up Meghan and Harry".

Meghan's half-brother Thomas Jnr said to the mirror: “When it comes to reunion, he has completely given up on Meghan and Harry.

“He doesn't trust her and doesn't want to know this person because of the lies, manipulations and deceptions. He just had his 76th birthday – of course he didn't hear from Meghan. & # 39;

Thomas Jnr, who speaks to his father every day, says Thomas Snr plans to enjoy his retirement while traveling the world.

He added that his father disproved the book's claims that he ignored news and asked him to attend Meghan and Harry's wedding.

Thomas Jnr said his father was in the hospital at the time and had turned off his phone, so he did not answer.

Thomas Jnr (top), who speaks to his father every day, said his father disputes the explosive book's claims that he ignored messages asking him to attend Meghan and Harry's wedding

Thomas Jnr (top), who speaks to his father every day, said his father disputes the explosive book's claims that he ignored messages asking him to attend Meghan and Harry's wedding

Earlier this year, Meghan and Harry gave up their royal duties and said they would separate their time between Britain and America

Earlier this year, Meghan and Harry gave up their royal duties and said they would separate their time between Britain and America

He added: & # 39; It is said that Harry spoke to our father to say if he had listened to him, Harry, there would have been no problems. It just didn't happen. & # 39;

He insisted that Thomas Snr call Meghan "many times" before the wedding, but was ignored.

Harry and Meghan tied the knot on May 19, 2018 in Windsor Castle and have since welcomed their son Archie, who is now 14 months old.

The couple insisted that they had not contributed to the explosive new book and said that it was based on "independent reporting".

Meghan's father Thomas still wants to build a relationship with his 14-month-old grandson Archie and "hold on to this little boy".

Meghan's father Thomas still wants to build a relationship with his 14-month-old grandson Archie and "hold on to this little boy".

Despite the divide, Thomas Jr. insisted that his father still wanted to maintain a relationship with his grandson Archie and "hold on to this little boy".

Earlier this year, Meghan and Harry gave up their royal duties and said they would separate their time between Britain and America.

In their statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they wanted to "work out an advanced new role" and "resign as" senior "members of the royal family".

They said they wanted to balance their time between Britain and North America and "continue to honor our duty to the Queen, the Commonwealth and our patronage".

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