Meghan Markle and his father have complicated relations since Markle began giving interviews on American television about his private relations with the Duchess of Sussex. This week, the American actress, now married to Prince Harry sent a letter to his father explaining his feelings about his behavior since his official entry into the Royal family which he then divulged
In an interview with Sky News, businesswoman Michelle Dewberry said Markle's behavior was "disgusting". Comparing the situation with her own experience, she warned that Mr. Markle will regret his actions at the time of his death.
She said, "I think this guy is absolutely disgusting.
"I think it's disgusting. I look at it and wonder why you are - well, I know why, it's called money, is not it, but why would you do it as an honest person to your daughter?
"What is the problem with you?
"When I was in reality TV, I had a slightly doubtful uncle. He sold some very private stories about my family and I will never forget - he's dead now - and I never forgave him for doing it.
"Just before he died, he wrote me this very long letter about his agitation with what he had done.
Meghan Markle's father will regret his actions. says Michelle Dewberry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle, the mother of Prince Harry and Doria Ragland
Why would you do this as an honest person towards your daughter?
"And until the end of his days, he fell uncomfortable.
"It will be a moment when you betray confidence for a few cents or cents, it will weigh heavily in your consciousness. He will do it. "
After publishing Meghan's five-page letter to him, Markle threatened to divulge more of the letter published around the world.
But according to the Daily Telegraph, Meghan Markle could try to stop him by taking formal measures against him - with aides from Kensington Palace apparently seeking legal advice on behalf of the Duchess.
Meghan is the copyright owner of the handwritten letter under UK law that was revealed after five of his friends. spoke about it for the first time in an interview with the American magazine People.
A friend of the Duchess's family suggested that the Queen be aware of the division between Meghan and his father
An alleged friend of Meghan told Vanity Fair that the monarch had urged his grandson, Prince Harry, to work with his wife to find a solution to the consequences of the disaster for the family.
id: "She told them both that it was becoming a nightmare and that they should try to sort things out."
Buckingham Palace, however, declined to comment on the publication on the claim.
letter to his father, Meghan had begged Mr. Markle to stop "victimizing" him.
She said, "Dad, I'm so sorry that I love you.
"I have a father. Please, stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship. ""
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