Meghan Markle's Dad Says Her 'Pained Smile' Means She's Terrified

The former Meghan Markle is terrified of her new royal life ― and the proof is in her "pained smile", her father said in an interview posted Sunday.

When then Suits star Meghan put in a low-key appearance at Wimbledon in 2016 - before her romance with Prince Harry made headlines around the world - she did not sit in the Royal Box and her hat was firmly in place.

Thomas told The Sun he thinks he is "being shunned" by Megan and her new in-laws because he "made a profit on the staged pictures".

A source told E! that Markle "had slotted into the high society set really easily, and so when Harry told Violet he was having trouble finding someone, Violet said she might just have the flawless girl for him". Now she's supporting me in a different role.

The retired lighting director pulled out of his daughter's wedding for health reasons after he was exposed as having staged paparazzi photos of himself preparing for the big day.

Before the match, she said: 'We've always had a wonderful friendship.

"There's a high price to pay to be married to that family", he added.

Thomas Markle spoke on ITV's "Good Morning Britain" about his daughter Meghan marrying Prince Harry.

"I thought that would be a nice way of improving my look". Two days before the wedding, Markle and the royal family confirmed he would not be attending the wedding.

"It is probably the longest time I have gone without speaking to her ever", he explained. "I'm not blaming Harry or anyone but they are following rules that don't make sense to me", Thomas added. If you want to get Kate's look for less - we have found the ideal high street alternative from Warehouse.

Thomas further directs a message towards Meghan, saying: "I love you". And I don't have an address for her.

"I would like to make this my last interview", he said. "I honestly think that if the Queen took the time to think that she would not see me because I did some stupid photographs, that is ridiculous", Thomas told The Sun. I'm not talking about money-I'm talking about taking care of me. Thomas has been getting to know Harry through phone calls since he and Meghan started dating.

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