Palace holds 'crisis meeting' over Meghan's 'out of control' father

Meghan Markle and Jilly Cooper

Meghan Markle and Jilly Cooper

Before the royal wedding, Thomas was snapped by a paparazzi photographer prepping for his daughter's nuptials in various ways. "That means we can't hear what she is saying".

Among his many bombshell quotes, he said that it would be easier for Meghan if he died, due to the fact "everybody would be filled with sympathy for her". But the question is, what will she wear? "These stories have limited shelf life".

She said Meghan and Thomas need to "gain closure" on the events in the lead-up to her wedding, including the photos he admitted staging to improve his public appearance.

Not satisfied, Markle Sr. said that he is being kept from his daughter by her new family and that they have not been allowed to speak for 10 weeks.

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"I don't do drugs, haven't for more than 20 years", Mr Markle told the Daily Mail, while claiming he only has wine with dinner. "What she wears will always be of interest to some readers, of course, but it doesn't have to be all of the story".

MailOnline has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

Despite the criticism, Palmer insisted Markle is worthy of writing about.

Although the newly-named Duchess of Sussex's big day is naturally a huge event unto itself, the 92-year-old Queen has long held that date in high esteem. Why?

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Silva was speaking at the Anfi del Mar resort in Gran Canaria which he regards as the best kept secret in short distance holiday locations .

Meghan with her father before marrying into the royal family. She's a breath of fresh air, beautiful, and - let's be honest - a new character in the royal soap opera.

She might have already received her own royal crest, but Meghan Markle isn't finished putting her stamp on royal letters, with a first look at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal cypher revealed by Australia's own Today show.

Despite her previous high-profile career, Markle has appeared visibly nervous during several events.

Markle's white side of her family is just messy. "You are the one who sucks". "I try to eat vegan during the week and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends", the duchess said in an interview in the May 2016 issue of Best Health.

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"The Royal Family isn't as upset as you'd think either. I'm sitting there holding him [.] and she's like 'You're taking the dog home.' And she walks outside to get into her auto, but instead of getting in, she turns around and comes and taps on the window glass and she yells, 'Take the dog!' And so I brought him home because Ellen told me to".

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