Thomas Markle fears he won't see royal daughter Meghan again

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"But at the moment she feels he needs and bit of space".

Daily Star Online recently reported how Harry flew out on a private trip overseas without Meghan as she spends some time out of the limelight.

The 37-year-old newly crowned Duchess of Sussex apparently wants time apart from Thomas Markle, after he recently revealed that he hung up the phone on Prince Harry during a heated call prior to the Royal Wedding on May 19.

The Duchess of Sussex's father said he was "upset" by Harry's tirade, which came as he recovered in hospital from a heart attack.

His shock decision came the day after The Mail on Sunday revealed he had been colluding with a paparazzi photographer to pose for staged photos.

Thomas, 74, speaking from his home in Mexico, told The Sun last night: "I don't expect to see her or hear back from her and that's OK". Among other things, they discussed what to do when news of the relationship became public - and Harry advised Mr Markle to avoid the paparazzi at all costs. But it was a speech that I was never going to be allowed to give. That it would end in tears.

"She is fiercely loyal to Meghan and would never betray her like the rest of them", continues the source.

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However, despite locking horns with Harry, 33, over the pictures, Thomas was expecting the couple to visit him in the U.S. after their honeymoon - particularly as he had just undergone extensive surgery on his heart - but his wish never came true.

As the only immediate family member on Markle's side to have attended the May wedding, friends of the family say Ragland has "fell in love with England" and "hopes to move over as soon as next month". "No one went to visit him when the answer would have been to have someone fly out from London and explain to him how things were going to happen".

Mr Markle responded, "Maybe it would be better for you guys if I was dead. then you could pretend to be sad".

In hindsight, he admits Harry was "absolutely right" to criticise him.

Meghan, who was recently warned by Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, that there wasn't "much time" left for her to conceive, is rumoured to be waiting until after their royal tour. "That hurt", he said.

"Like any father I wanted to say a few words", he added. I'm not mad at Meghan.

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