Prince Charles is reportedly quite 'sympathetic' towards Meghan Markle's situation with her father
This is happening while Thomas Markle, Meghan's father, continues to give interviews about his daughter and the members of the British royal family.
Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle is in no mood to get done with his supposed '15 minutes of fame.' Thomas is continuing to speak to the British media about his daughter, the Duchess of Sussex, as well as the other members of Britain's royal family, without remorse, and is sharing intimate details of his daughter's private life.
In the past couple of weeks, speculations have been on the rise about whether Meghan and Prince Harry are going to start a family since the Duchess' father spoke about the couple having a baby coming soon, and he has even gone to compare the royal family to a 'cult' in the last few days.
"They are cult-like—like Scientology—because they are secretive," he said in an interview with The Sun. "They close the door, pull the shades down and put their fingers in their ears so they don’t have to hear."
And while the Markle family has made their side of the debate quite clear, the Royals are going forward in their true form and taking up the situation the way they do best: playing it close to the chest. Although there have been no official statements made yet, Meghan's new father-in-law, Prince Charles, is reportedly very "sympathetic."
According to the reports, Charles understands the "difficult situation" his new daughter-in-law is in. "The prince will be very sympathetic towards Meghan and the difficult situation she is in," a source told the Sunday Times. "But I suspect the Queen will be rolling her eyes and thinking: crikey, what is going to become of all this?"
In the same story, it is being reported that Meghan and Harry "'are not going to engage'" with Markle Sr. or try to 'set the record straight'" in any way. On the other hand, there have also been multiple rumors suggesting that the Palace is now going for an aggressive approach when it comes to dealing with Meghan's father, although it's unclear what that might entail.
Prince Charles has always shared quite a close relationship with his daughter-in-law. Back when Harry and Meghan were yet to get married, it was Prince Charles, and not Thomas Markle, who walked the current Duchess of Sussex down the aisle.
“Sadly, my father will not be attending our wedding. I have always cared for my father and hope he can be given the space he needs to focus on his health,” read Meghan's official statement at the time. “I would like to thank everyone who has offered generous messages of support. Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday."