Thomas Markle urges Meghan to contact him after months of silence

Thomas Markle urges Meghan to contact him after months of silence

The Duchess of Sussex's father has appealed for her to get in touch after months of silence. Speaking from San Diego, Thomas Markle told Good Morning Britain: "I love you very much, you're my daughter and I would really like to hear from you."
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Wales v Georgia: Rugby World Cup match preview

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