If Meghan Markle was a compassionate person she would visit her father after he had a stroke, says royal biographer Tom Power – who claims the Duchess has no contact with Thomas Markle
- Meghan Markle’s father was taken to hospital after suffering a stroke
- Tom Power appeared on GMB today to discuss whether Megan will be visiting him
- The royal clerk said the Duchess hasn’t spoken to her father yet
- But he said if Rahima would visit him and ‘comfort’ him
A royal expert said Meghan Markle should visit her father, Thomas, who was hospitalized with a stroke, but is not currently in contact with him.
Tom Power, an investigative journalist who is currently working on the biography of the 40-year-old Duchess, told Good Morning Britain today that he spoke to Thomas Markle over the weekend.
Mr. Markle, 77, a former TV lighting manager, is said to be at a clinic in Chula Vista, California, a few hours’ drive from the Montecito home Meghan shares with husband Harry, 37, and their two children Archie, three, and Lillibet. , 11 months.
Mr Bauer told hosts Richard Madley and Susanna Read that it was not known if Meghan would make the trip to see her father, who is said to be unable to speak after the stroke.
It is not yet known if Meghan Markle, 40, pictured here with Thomas, 77, will visit her father after reports came in of her having a stroke.
Royal author Tom Power (pictured on GMB today) working on the duchess’ biography said that if the King was sympathetic, she’d go see Thomas
He said, ‘If we know what you’re going to do, that would be great. But what we do know is that Meghan has always said that she is a very compassionate person.
And if sympathy is absolutely necessary at the moment, that means she will go to her father’s bed, about two and a half hours’ drive south of where she lives, and give him some comfort and reassurance. We wait to see what happens.
He added, ‘We know she doesn’t [made any contact]. There has been no communication since before the wedding day – other than the famous letter.
Discussing Markle’s senior’s feelings about the feud between him and Meghan, Mr Bauer said: ‘He is very upset…of course, he was a very loving father to Meghan and supported her throughout her childhood when her mother was not around. He paid her tuition, too.
He is very upset that he has not been able to see his grandchildren. “
Mr. Bauer also discussed Mr. Markle’s plans to come to London to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee in June.
“Although he told me he was coming to see the Queen, I think he was also hoping to see Meghan and see his grandchildren,” he said.
Bauer added that if Mr Markle had made it to the UK, his appearance could “He somewhat dominated news outlets, suggesting that his absence might allow for greater coverage of the event itself.
Thomas Markle, who suffered a stroke that left him in hospital, is upset by the feud with his daughter Meghan, according to royal author Tom Power.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, pictured at Global Citizen Live in New York in September 2021, live in Montecito, a few hours’ drive from the California clinic, where Thomas Markle is
Mr Markle was taken to a hospital in Tijuana, Mexico yesterday, before being transferred to a California clinic.
A video clip, released by US gossip outlet TMZ, showed him on a stretcher surrounded by paramedics, with a pale face and one hand on his chest.
Mr. Markle’s daughter Samantha, 57, told MailOnline: “My dad is recovering in hospital. We demand the family’s privacy, for his health and wellness. He just needs peace and comfort.
“Good luck. We’re praying. He just needs some rest.
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