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Meghan Markle's dad 'hand delivers letter to Oprah asking for exclusive chat'


Meghan Markle’s dad Thomas reportedly drove to Oprah Winfrey’s home in a bid to get her to interview him about his side of the story.

Thomas, 76 went to chat show host Oprah’s home in Montecito, California and passed the note to one of her security team, according to a report by the Sun.

American TV lighting director Thomas is keen to tell his side of the story following Oprah’s recent bombshell interview by Harry and Meghan.

He drove to Oprah’s house which is a mile away from Harry and Meghan’s property.

A source said: “Thomas delivered a letter to Oprah asking her to contact him so he could tell his side of the story. This was not a note to Meghan and Harry, it was meant for Oprah.”




“Thomas watched the interview she did with them and feels he deserves a chance to have his say.”

Thomas, who did not get an invite to the Royal wedding is said to have not spoken to Meghan for three years now, despite trying to contact her.

Meghan told Oprah how hurt she was when she found out that her father had been giving stories to the press.

She said: “I’m trying to decide if I’m comfortable even talking about that.

“It was… if we were going to use the word betrayal.”

On Good Morning Britain the following day, Thomas told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid of his desire to reconcile with his daughter and grandchild during an interview.

Thomas, who now lives in Mexico, confessed that he did lie to Meghan about working with the press back in 2018 – which she had also confirmed in her Oprah tell-all.

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He also said he still hasn’t spoken to his daughter since he was in hospital having heart surgery.

Although he said Harry and Meghan are about 70 miles away from him now, he added: “I’m still her dad. I’m available any time we can get together. I’d love to get together. I’d certainly like to see my grandson.”





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