Thomas Markle vows to Take Meghan & Harry to court so he can meet his grandkids
Thomas Markle has vowed to take his daughter Meghan and Prince Harry to court so he can meet his grandchildren.
In an explosive interview on Thursday, the estranged dad, 77, branded the couple “bad” parents and claimed they’ve made “mistakes” in raising their son Archie, 2, and newborn girl Lilibet.
“I’m hoping Her Majesty the Queen and the people in England will stop and think about the mistakes and bad behavior of their parents,” Markle told Fox News from his Rosarito, Mexico, home.
“I will be petitioning the California courts for the right to see my grandchildren in the very near future,” Markle added.
The former Hollywood lighting director has yet to meet his two grandkids due to his fractious relationship with his ex-Royal daughter – who he hasn’t seen since before her 2018 marriage to Harry, the Duke of Sussex.
But his requests didn’t stop there – adding that he wants his granddaughter Lilibet to be baptized.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to ask Her Majesty the Queen, the British family, the royal family, to allow Lily to receive her baptism and first christening at the Queen’s church.
“We shouldn’t be punishing her for Megan and Harry’s bad behavior,” he blasted at his daughter and son-in-law.
“Archie and Lily are small children, they are not politics, they’re not pawns, not part of the game.”
“And they’re also Royals. They’re also entitled to the same rights as any other royal.”