When Thomas Markle became a grandfather, his daughter, Meghan Markle, had made sure that her father was informed about the good news. But on a strange note, she didn’t want to hear his thoughts on the same, a new tome has reported in recent times.
All about turning deaf
If we go by the accounts of Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the making of a modern royal family, Meghan asked her mother, Doria Ragland to send a text message to Thomas Markle acknowledging Archie’s birth.
On the contrary, while she wanted to stay sure that he got the news from her, and not necessarily from the media, the book states “she didn’t want to know whether her father replied to her mother’s text”. Now, the question is what made her escape such a situation?
Meanwhile, the court papers which took to the forefront earlier in 2020 have come to claim that Markle had never met his grandson or his son-in-law. The volume also reveals that Archie was born eight days late, a piece of information that was kept confidential in the initial phase. It was in last year spring that the royal couple announced Meghan was due who then voiced the pair’s pregnancy.
According to a friend’s statement to the authors of the royal biography, they were “the longest eight days of her life”. But the Suits actress didn’t simply fail to keep up with her yoga routines and dog walks on a daily basis despite such hurdles.
A subsequent drill
The new book also alleges that Meghan sent her father a certain sum of money regularly after she earned from her acting career as well as for her work on Deal or No Deal. The book was finally published on Tuesday after weeks of mass speculation.