Meghan Markle is faking her smile, says her father

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Meghan Markle's dad says she's 'terrified' and struggling with royal life

Thomas, who split from Meghan's mother Doria in 1988, also blasted the Royal Family for allowing his ex to sit alone at the ceremony.

The former is a well-known television actress especially known for her role in the TV series Suits. The ever chic royal finished off the look with a neutral handbag, a green and purple bow broach, and her trademark waves and classic make-up.

Thomas Markle (73) has been very vocal about Meghan and his relationship with her since her engagement to Prince Harry was announced in January ahead of their May wedding.

I'd like to be treated by the royal family like Meghan's father.

He told the Sun on Sunday that the Duchess was trying to mask her stress as she attends public events and was "terrified" of the expectations placed on her shoulders by an "outdated" and "asinine" Royal Family.

'I've seen her smile for years.

He said he watched the ceremony and texted Meghan that she looked lovely, but feels sad that he wasn't able to attend.

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The Duchess of Sussex has arrived at an exhibition charting the life, career and politics of one of her heroes, Nelson Mandela. I don't like the one I'm seeing now.

Thomas elaborated, saying he notices Meghan wearing a "pained smile" now, which he thinks could be because "she's under too much pressure".

The explosive interview is said to have upset the Queen and infuriated Buckingham Palace officials.

They also spoke to 92-year-old Andrew Mlangeni, who spent almost three decades in Robben Island prison with Mandela. That might just be having a couple of bad days. God knows, I feel sorry for them, for not being able to show emotion. "I just want to clear the air and tell her how proud I am of her". "And I want to be her child's grandfather and I want to be near them".

Markle said he's not planning to make a huge gesture or "make a fool" of himself.

Speaking to The Sun newspaper, he said: "If I chose in a month, or couple of months, to go to England - I want to see my daughter".

Thomas also questioned the treatment he's getting from the royal family.

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