When World War III broke out in 1939, she publicly defied Cabinet's advice to evacuate London with her daughters or send them away, declaring, "The children won't go without me". In the interview, Thomas said the Duchess of Sussex had "excised" him from her life for constantly talking to the media. Retweeting headlines from Mr. Markle's interviews, the Cravings author wrote: "This guy sucks".
"So this pudgy airhead [Chrissy Teigen] who knows nobody in the family is opening her pie hole?"
Thomas also confessed to taking drugs when Meghan was little in a seperate interview, but claims he hasn't touched them in 20 years. The smooch wasn't without precedence-after all, Harry's late mother Princess Diana kissed then-spouse Prince Charles during a 1987 trophy presentation-but it was Meghan's most bold statement yet and a clear indication she intends to keep the romance in her royal relationship.
And he had been wrapped up in scandal in the lead up to Meghan's big day as he was accused of faking paparazzi shots in Mexico.
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They said that drug use was "part and parcel" of working in television where the hours were long. But I won't be silenced.
Meghan is reportedly "at her wit's end" on the issue and feels betrayed that family members still speak to the press despite having asked them to remain private.
He lamented not being able to meet a future grandchild and believes that Meghan would prefer if he died because she would gain public sympathy. In the interview he slammed his daughter for being out of touch with him, attempted to drag the name of the royal family and also took credit for all of Meghan's success, saying that "I made her the Duchess she is today". But I hope we reconcile.
A source close to Buckingham Palace recently told The Mirror: "Meghan is deeply hurt by what is happening and everything is being done behind the scenes to make sure her welfare is at the top of the agenda".