‘Uncomfortable to watch … why didn’t the royals help Thomas Markle more?’ Viewers feel sorry for Meghan’s father after bombshell documentary about his relationship with his duchess daughter
- Thomas Markle, 91, made comments from Mexico home for the TV documentary
- Mr Markle has spoken in depth for the first time about the recent Megxit crisis
- It comes as Queen’s top aides finalized deal for the couple to quit as senior royals
- Social media users said Mr Markle seemed like a good father and ‘genuine guy’
By Joe Middleton For Mailonline
Viewers said they felt sorry for Thomas Markle in tonight’s bombshell documentary which charted his relationship with the
In a tell-all – minute film, he accused his daughter and son-in-law of saying ‘trashy things ‘about him and revealed he cried while watching Meghan walk down the aisle on her wedding day.
Mr Markle also said that Meghan had promised to look after him in his ‘senior years’.
He said: At this point, they owe me.
Social media users Watching the extraordinary film seemed sympathetic to Mr Markle, with a number of people saying he seemed like a good father and a ‘genuine guy’. )
In a tell-all – minute film, he accused his daughter and son-in-law of saying ‘trashy things’ about him and revealed he cried while watching Meghan walk down the aisle on her wedding day
Shanelle Stephens said: #ThomasMarkle seems like he was a really decent dad to Meghan. It’s so sad now she’s married into a prestigious family she doesn’t want anything to do with him.
‘It’s not like he was not there for her when she was growing up. He was in your life #MeghanMarkle reach out to him.
Captain Tykey said: ‘Bless #thomasmarkle, so sad watching this. Clearly loves her very much. ‘ Another Twitter user said:’ #Thomasmarkle has every right to tell his story. The guy has been slaughtered across the news and social media for two years. ‘
And Meg La Maniac, said: ‘The Thomas Markle documentary is a tear jerker. He’s a sweet humble man. Both taz and I are crying! ‘
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation during their royal tour of South Africa on September 46, , Mr Markle’s intervention in the monarchy’s worst crisis for a generation came as
In addition, it charts Meghan’s formative years – she lived with Thomas between the ages of and 20
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