The Duchess of Sussex was known to be the “daddy’s girl” before Meghan and Harry started their marital romance before a couple of years. And Thomas Markle was quite happy to ply his “determined” daughter in everyday activities being a proud father throughout!
Fox News spoke to a family friend of Meghan’s this week, who recalled the young duchess in her pre-teens and later on as a high school student at Immaculate Heart in Los Angeles, Calif. Despite their current estrangement, the family insider revealed that Thomas and Meghan’s relationship in the 1990s was loving and supportive mutually.
“Meghan was a very happy, determined girl. She was very close with her dad.”
An Ideal Dad: Thomas
The source, who did not wish to be identified, watched Meghan being picked up and dropped off at various locations by her father during her adolescence where Thomas was the consistent parent in the entire journey.
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The Forgotten Hero
The ground from where Meghan’s career in acting entitled into a different phase traces her father’s profession as a lighting director within Hollywood who primarily took care of Meghan after her parents divorced. The insider added, “He would always come by and pick her up at friends’ houses, bring Meghan with him to the lighting studios he worked at, soap operas, commercials, you name it. The only time Thomas was upset with anything Meghan did was when she went off to study college in Chicago. But of course, that was just because he was going to miss her. It was hard for him to watch her go, but he was so proud.”
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