Meghan Markle is 'playing a dangerous game' by alienating father Thomas Markle, warns royal biographer

Thomas Markle directly appealed to the Queen to intervene and help settle their family feud during a recent interview


                            Meghan Markle is 'playing a dangerous game' by alienating father Thomas Markle, warns royal biographer

A royal expert has made the claim that Meghan Markle is 'playing a dangerous game' by not entertaining her father Thomas Markle amid his tirade of media interviews in the public. He further seemed to think that the pregnant Duchess will regret her decision to cut contact with her father if something happens to him.

Robert Jobson, whose book on Prince Charles titled, 'Charles at Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams' recently came out, urged the Duchess of Sussex to give into Thomas Markle's pleas for contact. 

There have been multiple reports circulating the media about how the pregnant Duchess has not spoken to her father Thomas since he missed her wedding to Prince Harry in May, after he was publicly exposed for setting up a paid photoshoot with paparazzi.

Robert has warned Meghan that if anything happened to her father, any emotions shown would be branded 'crocodile tears' (Source: Getty Images)
Robert has warned Meghan that if anything happened to her father, any emotions shown would be branded 'crocodile tears' (Source: Getty Images)

Robert has now warned Meghan that in case something drastic happens to her father, who has suffered heart problems in the past, in the middle of their family feud, then any emotions shown from her side will be viewed by the public as 'crocodile tears'.

He said, "I believe Meghan is playing a dangerous game. When you still have both parents alive, you have no idea what it will be like living without one or both of them. He is not in the best of health and I would urge Meghan to make contact with him and to try and build bridges.

There have been multiple reports circulating the media about how the pregnant Duchess has not spoken to her father Thomas since he missed her wedding to Prince Harry in May, after he was publicly exposed for setting up a paid photoshoot with paparazzi. (Source: Getty Images)
There have been multiple reports circulating the media about how the pregnant Duchess has not spoken to her father Thomas since he missed her wedding to Prince Harry in May, after he was publicly exposed for setting up a paid photoshoot with paparazzi. (Source: Getty Images)

He added, "Once he is gone, any tears that will flow will be seen as crocodile tears. She will regret not making contact if something happens to him." The warning comes after it was previously reported that the pregnant Duchess was holding damage-control talks with Palace officials after her father dragged the Queen into their family feud.

Thomas directly appealed to the Queen to intervene and help settle their family feud during an interview with 'Good Morning Britain' on Monday. He shared, "I love my daughter very much and she has to know that. I would really appreciate if she would just call me, reach out to me somehow, send me a text, just say you're there and you're hearing me."



 

It is reported that the royal household is "enraged" and exhausted with Thomas who claims that he sends Meghan text messages every day. Palace sources believe that Thomas has "gone a step too far" by attempting to draw the Queen into the situation.

Thomas also explained why he thinks that Meghan has shut him out and said, "She has always been a very controlling person and that is part of her nature — but she has never been rude. She has always been in charge. I've been ghosted. I'm not sure why it's happening. I love my daughter very much. I wish she would reach out, send me a text, anything. There has to be a place for me. I'm her father." 

Palace sources believe that Thomas has "gone a step too far" by attempting to draw the Queen into the situation. (Source: Instagram)
Palace sources believe that Thomas has "gone a step too far" by attempting to draw the Queen into the situation. (Source: Instagram)