The letter continued: "Your actions have broken my heart into a million pieces - not simply because you have manufactured such unnecessary and unwarranted pain, but by making the choice to not tell the truth as you are puppeteered in this. Something I will never understand", another section read.
Meghan Markle's letter to her father has just revealed how vulnerable the Duchess of Sussex really is, especially when it comes to her family.
Mr Markle told the newspaper that contrary to claims made by Meghan's friends to the media, the letter was not an attempt to resolve their rift.
The Duchess owns copyright of the handwritten letter under United Kingdom law which was brought to light after five of her friends spoke about it for the first time in an interview with U.S. magazine People. "Please stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship.' Because every time her team has to come to her and fact-check something [he has said], it's an arrow to the heart", the insider told the outlet.
"You watched me silently suffer at the hands of your vicious lies".
She also accused her father of not reaching out to her after the wedding, and not letting her know that he wasn't attending. He says, 'When I opened the letter I was hoping it was the olive branch I'd longed for, ' he said last night. I would ask her and Harry to contact me.
It's no secret that Thomas Markle has some -issues.
She even described Samantha as "your (Thomas Markle) other daughter, who I barely know". He told the outlet that the letter left him "devastated". He said, "The letter was presented in a way that vilified me and wasn't true".
Meghan Markle is now seven months pregnant, and she is gearing up for a royal tour to Morrocco at the end of February.
A royal source told Vanity Fair, "She cares for her dad, and has concerns for him and his mental health, which is one of the reasons she doesn't want to comment on this".
"Nobody lied about her, she lied about everyone and there's plenty of proof out there in the world has seen her ghost everyone, this little letter does not fix what the world witnessed".
Kensington Palace confirmed Thomas Markle's non-attendance at the wedding via a statement the day before, which left many wondering who would take his place and how his daughter, Meghan, would be feeling.