Thomas Markle has launched a scathing attack on his daughter and Prince Harry ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The 77-year-old laying into his daughter and her Royal husband has become a recurring theme over the years, with Mr Markle having repetitively branded Prince Harry as 'an idiot' and Meghan as 'telling lies'.
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In an interview with Dan Wootton on GB News, Mr Markle dismissed his son-in-law's safety concerns of travelling to London for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee as 'ridiculous'.
He said: "He knows how much security you're going to have. He's totally safe in that situation. So I don't understand the things he says and I have so little respect for that man. I think he's an idiot.
"He's like a child. He follows my daughter around like a child. He's not a man. You can tell me he was in the military but, I can't believe it. I think he's kind of a wuss and always will be. He's got a brother that's a real man and he's got a father who is a real man. But I don't think he's ever growing up."
Mr Markle also attacked his daughter and her husband for 'not bringing the children' on their visit to see the Queen earlier this month, calling it 'another slap in the face'.
He said: "It was very rude and the wrong thing to do. It makes no sense at all...I don't know if it's Meghan or if it's Harry but the Queen should have every right to see her great-grandchildren and I should have the right to see my grandchildren.
"So if they show up [to the jubilee] I hope they bring the kids."
Mr Markle also agreed with Trump's comments that Prince Harry is 'whipped like no person [...] ever seen' and being 'led around by his nose' by Meghan.
"Well, that's the only time I'll ever agree with Donald Trump," Mr Markle said.
Trump has been vocal about not being 'a fan' of Meghan's 'from day one' and accused the Suits star of having 'used' her husband and been 'disrespectful' to the Royal family.
Despite his scathing comments against the pair, Mr Markle has revealed his plans to travel to the UK for the jubilee celebrations in the hopes of a family reunion.
He said: "I'm looking forward to it. I'm going to show my respect for the Queen and I'm going to make sure that the Queen understands that my entire family respects the Queen and the Royals. We admire them and we want them to know that's how we feel about them and that's how we feel about England.
"I would like to meet with Prince Charles and thank him for walking my daughter down the aisle, and also to meet and talk with him because I think we have a lot in common now. We've pretty much both been ghosted by our children."
Even if Prince Harry and Meghan do travel to London for the jubilee - with Buckingham Palace reported as having offered the family full armed security and the Queen and Prince Charles 'keen' to see them - Mr Markle isn't holding out hope his daughter and Prince Harry will agree to seeing him.
He said: "But if they do come I would love to reach out, speak with them and try to figure out what was wrong and how we can repair it.
"I don't see that happening. But I certainly would like to try."
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