Meghan Markle's Father Thomas Markle Is Ready To Meet Baby Archibald
According to a report from Page Six, Thomas Markle, Meghan Markle's father, hopes to one day play a part in his daughter's life, especially now that she has a 3-month-old son with Prince Harry, Archie. In an interview with The Daily Mail on Sunday, Thomas said he was hoping that Meghan would reach out to him so he and the rest of the family could meet the baby.
The 75-year-old, who used to be a Hollywood lighting director, said in July as well that he wasn't invited to Archie's christening, and he also said her staff members had completely pushed him away. Paraphrasing what Thomas said to reporters, Markle believes that Meghan and her PR people have completely pushed him away.
Initially, Thomas was choosing to stay silent because she was with child, however, now that the baby is born, Mr. Markle feels as though he can now say something.
As followers of the royal family know, Thomas and Meghan's relationship hasn't been exactly sunshine and roses, primarily stemming from the events surrounding last year's royal wedding. Markle chose not to go to the event because of the allegations that he was staging paparazzi photos.
Later on, Samantha Markle, Meghan's half-sister, took responsibility for the incident. Thomas said in the same interview that he loves his daughter, even though some people out there might not think so. Moreover, Thomas said he'd like to see if baby Archie has his mother's nose.
Regarding what he hopes to see in the future, Mr. Markle claims a reunion with Meghan and the family would be great. Thomas said to the reporters that he believes family drama can fall to the way-side through compromise, and he believes himself, Meghan, and Harry, can one day get along.
As it was previously reported, Meghan and Marry got married last year in May. Three months ago, Meghan and the Prince welcomed their first baby, Archibald.
Thus far, Meghan and the Prince have a lot to be happy about, but recent reports claimed Meghan was feeling a bit "isolated" in the United Kingdom and didn't like the media reports about her.