Meghan Markle's Deadbeat Dad Faked Sick To Dodge Royal Wedding, Source Says

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It all started after their dad, Thomas Markle, was interviewed by The Sun earlier this week, where he claimed that he's being "shunned" by Meghan and the royal in-laws, and that she's "terrified" of her new life.

"She's planning a personal, unofficial trip this summer to see family and friends", a source says.

Thomas Markle, the father of Duchess Meghan Markle, has given another interview.

He spoke with TMZ on Tuesday after reports surfaced that Meghan and Harry were upset he was still going through the media to talk to the royal family.

"My father is not an embarassmnt for loving his daughter!" Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian act like a woman!

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"The poor health story was his way of generating some compassion from the public, and taking the attention off those staged photos which were a complete embarrassment to Meghan and the royal family". "She has signalled that we can expect to see her grace the aisle in a statement silhouette that is structural yet elegant". "If our father dies I'm holding you responsible, Meg", Samantha said.

The magazine reported Meghan wants to return to her home country before becoming a mum for the first time. "I think she's under too much pressure".

Samantha took issue with the entire royal family.

The photos Eugenie posted included a sweet one of her smiling at her fiancé as they attend an event together, while the other shows the couple strolling through the countryside with their arms wrapped around each other, and Eugenie resting her head on Jack's shoulder. "She's learning the hard way that you can't trust anyone outside the narrow circle", said Crown historical consultant and royal biographer, Robert Lacey. All they have to do is speak to me. I don't like the one I'm seeing now. Although Hollywood and Buckingham Palace are two separate worlds, the strong-minded American, who includes a reference to being a "feminist" on her page on the official British monarchy website, is finding her way.

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