Meghan Markle's father, Thomas LIED, to Prince Harry when asked if the paparazzi were fake Royal | news

Meghan Markle's father, Thomas LIED, to Prince Harry when asked if the paparazzi were fake Royal | news

He told his son-in-law that he was photographed for a suit and instead was "measured for a hooded sweatshirt".

In another sensational interview, the former 74-year-old recluse claimed that when he emerged he had staged the images, Prince Harry told him, "If you had listened to me, this would never have happened."

Mr. Markle then replied: "Maybe it would be better for you guys if you were dead, then you could pretend to be sad."

The father of the Duchess of Sussex said: "I then hung up".

He told the Mail on Sunday: "I'm not angry with Harry, I'm not angry with Meghan, I love them, I wish them well.

"But otherwise, that's it, I'm finished."

The photo that showed Mr. Markle measured for what the whole world believed at the time was a wedding dress, captured the hearts of real fans far and wide.

When it emerged, the young man photographed holding the tape measure around Mr Markle's stomach was paid to take part in the scandal that caused waves of shock throughout the Great Britain and the United States natives of Meghan.

Other images staged at the time show the former light director of the television set that used sports equipment to get fit for the huge Windsor wedding of the Duchess of Sussex on May 19 and to read books on the royal family.

Although the shocking scandal was discovered thanks to the CCTV footage, Markle said he had a heart attack and was admitted to hospital.

The next day, he was portrayed carrying a six-pack of beer with a license to use it.

Mr. Markle said the jars were not meant for themselves.

Mr Markle's misfortune saw him leave the marriage and walk his daughter, 37, along the corridor.

Instead, Prince Charles did the job while millions watched the former Suits actress recite her vows with Prince Harry.

Meghan's father has spoken at length with some television and television interviews.

Recently, he claimed that Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, would "hate" the way the royal family had apparently treated him.

He said, "They have Meghan treating her father in a way that Harry's mother, Princess Diana, would have detested.

"That's not what Diana wanted."