Thomas Markle (77) is highly critical of his daughter, Duchess Meghan (40) – again. In a damning interview on GB News Thursday night, Markle has now claimed: “I can’t say much about her, but I think she tried to cheat us.” He thinks she lied.
The latest episode of the Markle family dispute revolves around a letter from Meghan to her father written by the Duchess a few months after her wedding to Harry in May 2018. In it, she asked him not to speak to the newspapers and not to make false allegations about her in interviews.
Her father, Thomas Markle, transmitted the handwritten letter to the Mail on Sunday newspaper, which published extracts from it, along with the Daily Mail and the Internet portal Mail Online. Meghan sued the newspaper’s publisher, Associated Newspapers, and won first court in February. However, the publisher appealed the ruling.
“You tried to deceive us”
In a second trial on Wednesday before the Court of Appeal in London, Markles fell Former PR consultant Jason Knauf fell into the hands of a former client In her back she highlighted new details in the dispute with her father. Knauf testified in court on Wednesday that Meghan wrote the letter to her father knowing its contents might be leaked.
In the interview with GB News, Thomas Markle graciously expressed himself to the PR consultant: “The truth is finally out and I thank God for Jason Knauf. I want him to come over to take him for a steak.” In addition to her father, Piers Morgan, 56, shot the Duchess of Sussex again. The broker wrote on Twitter: “I’ve now had eight months to reflect on my statement that I don’t believe a word of Meghan Markle. I still don’t.”
Harry and Meghan have denied any connection to the biography
Knauf also admitted in court that he provided information to the authors of Finding Freedom, Omid Scobie (40) and Caroline Durand. Meghan and Harry have so far denied it. In her written statement, Megan also admitted that Knauf provided the authors with “some information”. He did so with their knowledge and met the authors in his role as a PR consultant. The extent of the information he passed on was “unknown” to her. (AP/BSN)
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