Thomas continued, “I think they have hurt the queen. I think they have hurt the royals and it just doesn’t work to be going to another country to be serving England. It’s never going to work.”
Thomas, who lives in Mexico went on to say that he was “a little embarrassed” for the couple, who wed in May 2018, and added that he was “feeling a little sorry” for the monarch. He also said he’s “having trouble buying” into claims that the media coverage of the 38-year-old former Suits star has been racist, noting that the United Kingdom is “far more liberal” than the United States.
“There’s never been a problem in terms of race with Meghan at her school or any place, and I haven’t noticed it in England at all,” he argued. “I don’t think she’s being bullied in any way, or any shape because of racism.”
Thomas added that he has tried to get in touch through Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland.
"I’ve spoken and sent letters to Doria to get to Meghan - and that hasn’t happened as well. So no, I’m at their mercy."
But he's also not backing down when it comes to testifying against his daughter as she sues the Mail On Sunday tabloid in the UK for publishing her private letters.
"I wish it hadn’t come to this, but I will certainly testify against the things that have been said about me. The lies," Thomas said.
"When me and Meghan end up in a courtroom together, it will be quite stunning for everybody."
He also said that "everything will come out" should he face Meghan in court.
And he blasted: "It will be emotional. I don’t know how we will both accept it.