MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry could “respond aggressively” to Thomas Markle’s threats to take them to court so he can see his grandchildren, an expert has claimed. The Duchess of Sussex has been estranged from her father since she married Harry in 2018 after he was caught out faking paparazzi shots shortly before the ceremony.
He has since given several interviews pleading for her to speak to him again and has now vowed to take legal action after saying he has not yet met his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet. He told Fox News: “I will be petitioning the California courts for the right to see my grandchildren in the very near future.”
However, relationship expert Tina Wilson warned this plan may not be successful in getting Harry and Meghan to back down. He told The Sun Online: “The Sussexes are likely to respond aggressively with legal paperwork back, if and when Mr Markle files his officially with the court of California.”
The couple are currently taking a break to spend more time with their newborn Lilibet, who was born June 4. They also welcomed their first child Archie back in 2019, months before dramatically quitting their roles as senior royals.
Harry spoke of feeling “trapped” while Meghan said she felt suicidal as a member of the Firm. Buckingham Palace responded “recollections may vary”.
But now more explosive revelations could be on the way as Harry is preparing to release his memoir next year. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex now live in the US after quitting as senior royals.