From Mexico City, Thomas Markle entered live on Good Morning Britain. The Duchess of Sussexes estranged father was particularly uplifted when talking about his rights to see his grandchildren. In the past, the 76-year-old has spoken repeatedly of suing the Sussexes. Something he has not yet done and will not do according to his last statements. Still, Archie and Lilibet’s grandfather made no secret that he spoke to California lawyers. These lawyers told him about successful attempts by grandparents in the state of California.
Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley from Good Morning Britain asked Thomas Markle about his lawsuit. The former director of the light did not deny anything, saying: “Yes, I did, several lawyers told me that grandparents sued to see their grandchildren and won.” Previously, Thomas Markle had previously spoken of his intention to take legal action to gain access to his grandchildren in an interview with Fox News. However, during this interview with Good Morning Britain, Thomas Markle seems to want to take a new stance.
Thomas Markle speaks directly to Meghan and Harry’s children
He said: “I’m not going to do this. I don’t want my grandchildren to be pawns in a game, they are not part of a game,” speaking of the trial. In addition, during this interview with Good Morning Britain, the grandfather who never had the opportunity to see his grandchildren addressed them directly. Thomas Markle made them understand that they came from “two loving families”.
Recall that after his scandal with the paparazzi before the wedding of Meghan and Harry, Thomas was only able to contact the Sussexes once by phone. In addition, Meghan Markle is cold with all the members of her family except with her mother Doria Raglan with whom she and Harry have a very close relationship.
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