THOMAS Markle is prepared to release more details from a bombshell letter daughter Meghan wrote to him criticising his wayward behaviour.
Meghan, 37, also begged him to stop lying and let them “live our lives in peace”.
His daughter Samantha, 53, told The Sun: “It was nasty. Dad is prepared to release more of it.”
Pals of Meghan told a US mag she had written, asking to heal the rift which opened before her wedding last May.
But Samantha, Meghan’s half-sis, says that was a PR move which “isn’t working”.
In elegant handwriting Meghan tells her “daddy”: “Your actions have broken my heart into a million pieces.
“You have manufactured such unnecessary and unwarranted pain, but by making the choice not to tell the truth as you are puppeteered in this. Something I will never understand.
“If you love me… allow us to live our lives in peace. Please stop lying, please stop creating so much pain, please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband.”
The letter, dated last August, revealed her fury over CCTV that proved her father staged pre-wedding photos.
Meghan wrote: “We all rallied around to support and protect you from day 1, and this you know.
It was nasty. Dad is prepared to release more of it.
“So to hear about the attacks you’ve made at Harry in the press, who was nothing but patient, kind, and understanding with you, is perhaps the most painful of all.
“For some reason you choose to continue fabricating these stories, manufacturing this fictitious narrative, and entrenching yourself deeper into this web you’ve spun.
“The only thing that helps me sleep at night is the faith and knowing that a lie can’t live forever.
“I believed you, trusted you and told you I loved you. The next morning the CCTV footage came out.”
Meghan told of her hurt at Samantha’s “lies”. She wrote: “You fixated and clicked on the lies they were writing about me, especially those manufactured by your other daughter, who I barely know. You watched me silently suffer at the hand of her vicious lies. I crumbled inside.”
She also rubbished claims that he never asked her for money.
She wrote: “You’ve said I never helped you financially and you’ve never asked me for help which is also untrue; you sent me an email last October that said: ‘If I’ve depended too much on you for financial help then I’m sorry but please could you help me more not as a bargaining chip for my loyalty.”
She even claimed he ignored her after his heart attack last year. She wrote: “I have only ever loved, protected, and defended you, offering whatever financial support I could, worrying about your health . . . and always asking how I could help.
‘PLEASE STOP LYING’
“So the week of the wedding to hear about you having a heart attack through a tabloid was horrifying.
“I called and texted . . . I begged you to accept help – we sent someone to your home . . . and instead of speaking to me to accept this or any help, you stopped answering your phone and chose to only speak to tabloids.”
She goes on: “You haven’t reached out to me since the week of our wedding, and while you claim you have no way of contacting me, my phone number has remained the same. This you know.
“No texts, no missed calls, no outreach from you — just more global interviews you’re being paid to do and say harmful and hurtful things that are untrue.”
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He added: “I wish we could get together and take a photo for the whole world to see. If you and Harry don’t like it? Fake it.”
Royal expert Ingrid Seward said: “I wouldn’t have thought there was any chance of a reconciliation now.”
Kensington Palace declined to comment.
Meghan Markle’s letter from last August revealed her fury over CCTV footage proving her dad staged pre-wedding photos[/caption]
Samantha Markle insists dad Thomas is ‘prepared to release more’ of Meghan’s ‘nasty’ letter[/caption]
Meghan Markle has accused her dad of ‘exploiting’ her relationship with Prince Harry[/caption]
Meghan Markle claimed dad Thomas ignored her after his heart attack last year[/caption]
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