Meghan Markle's father Thomas in yet another shocking tell-all has revealed how he fears he may never see his daughter again.
The former Hollywood lighting director claims that he has not spoken to his daughter for 10 weeks and is upset that he is being punished for staging paparazzi pictures and speaking out in defence.
"I'm really hurt that she's cut me off completely. I used to have a phone number and text number for her personal aides at the Palace, but after I said a few critical words about the royal family changing Meghan, they cut me off," the 74-year-old told Mail on Sunday.
"Those numbers were disconnected, they no longer work. I have no way of contacting my daughter," he added.
He then went onto claim that he wants to send Meghan a birthday card next week, but he fears it may never reach her.
"She'll probably never see it," he lamented.
Thomas also sensationally said the daughter he affectionately used to call 'Bean' would prefer if he were not alive.
"Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died."
"Everybody would be filled with sympathy for her. But I hope we reconcile. I'd hate to die without speaking to Meghan again." He added.
Meghan's father also criticised his daughter for favouring her mother Doria Ragland saying that she was now a 'mummy's girl' and that the yoga teacher was getting all the credit.
He added that he thinks Meghan has forgotten that he raised her until she was six years old, up until he divorced Doria.
Thomas explained to Mail on Sunday that he had previously spent a lot of money to ensure Meghan had a great upbringing and was successful.
The former lighting director apparently paid for Meghan's USD$30,000 (NZD$44,100) a year tuition to Northwestern University and international trips when she was a teenager - a generous deed he feels Meghan should remember.
"I tell you, I've just about reached my limit with Meghan and the royal family. What riles me is Meghan's sense of superiority. She'd be nothing without me. I made her the Duchess she is today. Everything that Meghan is, I made her."
"She became the woman that she is today thanks to everything I did for her.
"And did I get any recognition for it? Any thanks? She doesn't even speak to me now. How cold is that?"
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