Thomas Markle speaks out about his daughter Meghan's rumoured feud with Kate Middleton
Thomas Markle has weighed in.
For the last couple of weeks, there's been a lot of speculation about a 'feud' between the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.
A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace gave a very short statement on the matter saying that there's zero truth in the reports but that hasn't stopped people from talking about it.
Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, is known for being very outspoken about his daughter's marriage to Prince Harry and he recently expressed his opinions on the so-called feud.
Apparently, it all started when Meghan criticised a Kensington Palace staff member who works with Kate and this didn't go down too well with the mum of three.
Here's what Thomas Markle thinks as per a conversation he had with The Daily Mail and he was eager to point out that his daughter is not a rude person.
"The Meghan I know was always sweet, kind, generous. She was always demanding but never rude. I don’t want to say or do anything to hurt my daughter but I worry she is going to hurt herself".
Thomas also said that Meghan has never been "rude" to him and he's confused about the rumours that have emerged recently, including a rumour that Kate ended up crying because of the demands Meghan made about Princess Charlotte's bridesmaid gown.
"She bends the rules. She’s good at that. But this acting up is new. She’s never been rude to me before. I can’t believe I’ve done anything severe enough to be treated this way by her".
He also went on to say that he feels "frozen out" by Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, saying that they have put up a "wall of silence" and he can't get through to his 37-year-old daughter, who is expecting her first child in spring of next year.
Traditionally, the royal family make an appearance at Christmas Day mass together and we expect to see Meghan and Kate together with their husbands, brothers William and Harry.
Perhaps a display of unity will cause the rumours to settle down somewhat.