Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should stop ‘complaining’ says her father

Meghan Markle’s father has asked her daughter and husband Prince Harry to stop “whining” when there is so much real suffering in the world in a relentless new interview.

“This is the worst time in the world for them to complain and complain about anything, because people everywhere are suffering from the coronavirus pandemic,” Thomas Markle told The Sun.

“I love my daughter, but I really don’t appreciate what she has become now.”

Markle’s comments come after a string of stories about Meghan and Harry’s bitter breakup of the royal family ahead of the release of a revealing new book, “Finding Freedom,” which many speculate received information from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex despite his denials. .

Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have long boasted of their close ties to the Duchess, and the book contains intimate anecdotes that only the couple or their closest friends would know, The Sun noted.

Thomas, who said he was devastated to miss his daughter’s wedding in 2018 due to a serious heart attack, said he was distressed by the book’s claim that Meghan rejected the royal family’s offer to help protect him.

“The fact that royalty advised them to help me and they refused to do so is incredible news,” he told The Sun from his home in Rosarito, Mexico.

However, the book also claimed that Meghan texted her father several times, begging him to go to her wedding, but received no response, even the night before she married Prince Harry.

The book then goes on to state that the former “Suits” actress is still furious with her father for lying about her paparazzi pre-wedding photos, despite the fact that she used to work with photographers to get flattering photos.

“Apparently, Meghan has made deals with the paparazzi. She planned it, “said the father annoyed about the apparent hypocrisy of his daughter.

A representative for the couple has insisted in The Post that “the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to ‘Finding Freedom’.”

“This book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reports,” said the representative.

Pressed by The Sun, author Scobie also said that “his time around the couple is enough for me to get to know my subjects.”

“Have you read the book. There are no interviews on record with the couple, ”she told the UK newspaper.