Thomas Markle appeared on Good Morning Britain today and gave an interview about his relationship with his daughter Meghan Markle.
During the broadcast, the father-in-law of Prince Harry demanded that the 35-year-old visit him during the scathing interview.
The show’s presenter Piers Morgan asked Thomas if he had a message for Harry to which he responded: “Man up and fly down and see me.”
The couple recently stepped down from their roles as senior roles and are set to split their time between the U.K and North America.
During the early morning television interview, Thomas spoke from California about the letter published in The Mail on Sunday sent to him from his daughter.
The Duchess of Sussex is suing the publication for copyright for publishing the allegedly private letter.
Discussing the contents of the letter, Thomas said that while it was described as a “loving letter” the Duchess did not enquire about her father’s ill health.
“That letter was sent to me it was described by People magazine, by People who call themselves friends of Meghan, as a ‘loving letter reaching out to me’,” he said.
“Love never came into that letter except for one time when she referred to her ‘loving husband,'” he revealed.
“She never once in that letter asked about my health, or how I felt.”
“She claims it’s her letter, but if it has a stamp on it in the sates, it becomes my letter,” he said in defence of his breach of her privacy.
“I reached out to The Daily Mail and I said I want to publish part of this letter because I wanna make something straight that were being said about me.”
Thomas, who has not met his son-in-law or grandson Archie said that even if he does meet the family in a courtroom, at least he will meet them.
The 75-year-old confirmed that he would testify against her in court.
“If it comes to meeting them in a courtroom then that’s great at least I finally get to see them, but I don’t want to face off or have a battle with them that’s for sure,” he told the programme.