The 74-year-old has revealed he hung up on Prince Harry at the end of a phone call in an explosive new interview with The Daily Mail.
Mr Markle claims the incident occurred when he was in hospital recovering from a heart attack three days before his daughter Wednesday the Prince. "Harry told me that I should never go to the press", he said.
After the news broke, Thomas says that the couple called him again while he was recovering from a heart attack and that Harry reportedly told him, "If you had listened to me this would never have happened". Thomas claimed he then told the royal, "Maybe it would be better for you guys if I was dead...then you could pretend to be sad".
Meghan's father, however, admits that the Prince was "absolutely right" to criticize him, but he expresses that it was Meghan not letting him make a speech at her wedding "that hurt" him. And then she asked me to do her second wedding dress. "I'm not mad at Harry".
NASA blasts off historic probe to 'touch sun'
The unmanned Parker Solar Probe aims to get closer than any human-made object in history to the center of our solar system. A Delta-IV heavy rocket carrying the probe took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at around 07.31 GMT on Sunday morning.
A quick search on YouTube and you'll also find Meghan circa 2015 talking her favourite fashion week moments with Yahoo Lifestyle hosts Joe Zee and Kristin Cavallari - but it's on The Today Show where she styles models for the catwalk, Gok Wan-style.
When it comes to Markle's stance, she often has a hand buried in the pocket of a designer ensemble, and while we're all fans of a good pocket dress - her pose has left many wondering why she does it. During his first TV interview, Thomas said he apologized to both Harry and Meghan for his actions.
Judi James believes that the chance of Meghan lacking confidence in most situations are quite slim, and her new pose may be more to do with what she's wearing.
However, consumer spending has remained stubbornly lacklustre, with companies still stingy on wage hikes despite healthy profits. President Donald Trump plans to impose on imports of steel and, possibly, autos and auto parts.
An airline employee had stolen a 78-seat turboprop airliner and conducted a unsafe joyride, complete with loops and other stunts. Several federal agencies are investigating the incident, said Brad Tilden, the chief executive officer of Alaska Air Group .
Tottenham held on for victory as they started the second-straight PL campaign with a victory at Newcastle . Tottenham's second goal was simple in its construction and should have been comfortably dealt with.
As the protest continued well into the night, riot police used a water cannon and increasingly sprayed tear gas into the crowd. Video footage posted on social media show police beating some nonviolent protesters holding their hands up.
Erdogan said Turkey is not afraid of outside "threats". "Our relations with Turkey are not good at this time! " hewrote. Turkey is now under a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum, which went into effect in March.
Leicester got off to a poor start to the season but were able to climb the table throughout the season, finishing ninth. He said: "I always give my best for the fans, for the teammates and for the people that trust me".
Ils coupent les politiques de défense des femmes pour rembourser la dette publique: " Les banquiers valent plus que les femmes. Elle s'appelait Tatiana Spitzner , elle avait 29 ans, et elle est en train de devenir un symbole.
The Philippine government facilitated diplomatic clearance for U.S. assets involved in the search and rescue operation. It has also sought the assistance of the Philippine Coast Guard, which immediately deployed a ship on Thursday.
The incident closed the Seattle airport to arrivals and departures for a short time, but flights have since returned to normal. Read out by family friend Mike Mathews, the statement said: "He was a faithful husband, loving son and a good friend.
Pound continues its slide on no-deal Brexit fears
The pound has lost more than 10 percent since April and is down nearly 15 percent since the Brexit Referendum in June 2016. Against the euro, the pound has held up far better as demand for dollars has kept the euro on the back foot.