According to Thomas, Meghan is "obviously not the right woman" for Prince Harry.
That's because the 51-year-old OR resident has shared with the world a blistering open letter to the 33-year-old Prince Harry, warning him that his bride, former TV actress Meghan, is "a jaded, shallow, conceited woman that will make a fool of you and the royal family heritage".
"I didn't even know that we had a falling-out, so I would like to see her again, yeah", he said.More news: Real Madrid reaches 3rd straight Champions League final
Kensington Palace - the official residence of Prince Harry - said on Thursday that guests have been advised to bring their own picnics as only light refreshments and snacks will be served. The deejay recently released a song with a voice that sounds similar to the queen's. "He'll look up and say, "I've done it mum", and she'll be so proud... of him".
He continued: "Not to mention, to top it all off, she doesn't invite her own family and instead invites complete strangers to the wedding".
But as the date draws near, there has been a lot of speculation as to how Prince Harry will honor his late mother, Princess Diana, on his wedding day. "She's clearly forgotten her roots and her family".More news: Dispute Leads to Shooting at Nashville Mall; 1 Shot
He also claimed the patriarch wasn't invited to the wedding. Secondly, the Markle Sparkle has dazzled internationally during public appearances, so her attempt at acting like a princess should only be encouraged.
However, the author does admit "there were some sort of flirtations while he was with Chelsy but actually, his and Chelsy's relationship was pretty up and down and Chelsy was just as much a flirt I think as Harry was".
The fuming sibling, who hasn't seen Meghan since 2011, was also furious about not getting an invitation to the wedding. "She's not genuine like Diana". In a photo that went viral, Meghan Markle's father was photographed reading a book called Images of Britain ahead of his visit and will reportedly be receiving a coat of arms to wear at the Windsor Castle wedding on May 19. The service will be conducted by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Rev David Corner, with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, stepping in for the wedding vows. Their reception will take place later on the grounds of Windsor Castle.More news: Ichiro Suzuki joining Mariners' front office
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