Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby won’t be called Royal Highness

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 10, 2019

"The bottom line is that I've done nothing to deserve this kind of treatment".

Lady Colin Campbell has claimed Meghan Markle has "considerably changed" Prince Harry, who is said to be "besotted" by her.

Now his threats appear to be getting sterner as he demands it's time for Prince Harry to "man up and get over it".

He continued, "I'm not buying that she made Kate cry".

"I'll keep talking and I'll probably get louder".

In a recent interview with The Sun, Thomas talked about the rift and rumours that Meghan is allegedly a "difficult boss".

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"The royals and Meghan can help end this nightmare by simply giving me a call". "I don't think she deserves it and I don't think she is doing one third of the things she is being accused of doing".

"He's human just like the rest of us".

Markle will defend his daughter in this case, but he told The Sun the lack of communication between him and his daughter has left a dream turn into a "nightmare".

Markle also repeated previously shared sentiments about not being able to speak to his daughter since her marriage to Prince Harry in May 2018. "Meghan and Harry's silence empowers all the insane tweets and insults against me and my family".

Rumours regarding Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's relationship turning sour has been in the news as the relationship between the two Duchesses has not been going well Meghan's wedding with Prince Harry in May past year.

"If there is any animosity between Meghan and Kate, they should put their differences aside", Thomas was quoted by E!Online, as saying.

Thomas added that the reason why he is sharing so much about his personal life with Meghan and their current situation with the public is because of his daughter and Prince Harry's silence. "I can not cut my tongue out and never speak again", he said.

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