Meghan's father hung up on Harry in phone row

Danny Woods
August 13, 2018

And indeed, Thomas even accused the family of not properly inviting him to the wedding.

His frank and embarrassing interventions break royal protocol, and have reportedly prompted crisis meetings from palace officials.

Harry is on a private working visit to Botswana with his charity Rhino Conservation, Kensington Palace confirmed last week.

Meghan Markle doesn't have a big family, and as we all know, her father probably won't be in the running for world's best parent any time soon.

The Daily Mail reported Monday the 61-year-old, who was the only member of the 37-year-old's family to attend the royal wedding in May, is "preparing to move to Britain" to be closer to her daughter. "He said, 'They will eat you alive.' He was right".

Over the weekend, Markle again gave a series of interviews to The Mail on Sunday which are at least as personal as revealing as what came before.

He also wrote that he just wants his "quiet boring life back" and admitted he lied to Harry, the sixth in line to the British throne, about staging paparazzi photos and hung up on him in a phone conversation.

According to Markle, Prince Harry said: "If you had listened to me this would never have happened'". I don't expect to see her or hear back from her - and that's OK.

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"Prince Harry does not trust the media and he would never have supported that idea", a source says.

While Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle and half-sister Samantha Markle continue to be a source of embarrassment to the Royal Family by giving interviews to the highest bidder, the same can not be said of her mother, Doria Ragland.

They added Doria quit her job as a social worker for the Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services clinic in May in preparation for the move.

Mr Markle said he wanted to go on holiday and leave the furore with the royal family behind, he told The Sun.

He later apologized to Meghan and Harry, saying it would be the last time he spoke to the press.

Meghan Markle (right) once described her mother Doria Ragland (pictured) as one of the most influential women of her life.

Mark Blinch / Reuters Meghan Markle watches the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games with her mother Doria Ragland in Toronto on September 30, 2017.

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