Meghan Markle’s father, Thomas, has dealt with the racist accusation made by his daughter against the royal family.
Recall that Meghan revealed in the interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday that she was considering suicide after joining the royal family.
The 39-year-old is accused by the royal family of being racist, adding that they had official concerns about the skin color of her unborn son.
She also accused Thomas Markle of betrayal and sold it out to the media.
The 39-year-old also said she has ‘found it difficult to reconcile’ with Thomas for lying about speaking to the media.
Responding, Thomas in an interview Tuesday with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain made it clear that he was on the side of the royal family.
According to him, Meghan’s claim that there were concerns about her son’s skin tone and how dark it can be when he was born was not as bad as it seems.
“I have great respect for the kingdoms and I don’t think the British Royal family is racist, or I don’t think the British are racist.
“I think Los Angeles is racist, California is racist, but I don’t think the British are.
“The thing about what color the baby is, or how dark the baby is, I feel it’s a dumb question from someone and it’s not as bad as it used to be. she made him seem.
“I still love her and I hope there is still a part of her that still feels something to me,” he said.
Thomas warned, however, that if he did not hear from her in 30 days, he would continue to speak to the media, and would continue to do so every 30 days until he heard from Meghan and Prince Harry.
“When they decide to start talking to me, I will stop talking to the media,” said Thomas Markle.