Meghan Markle's father Thomas delivers note to Oprah asking for interview to 'tell his side of story'

It comes a few weeks after Meghan's sit down with Oprah.
It comes a few weeks after Meghan's sit down with Oprah. Photo credit: Getty / CBS.

There may be another bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview on the horizon if Meghan Markle's father has his way.

The Sun has obtained photos showing Thomas Markle outside Oprah's California mansion hand-delivering a letter to a masked security guard.

According to a source of the tabloid, Thomas, who lives in Mexico, wants the famous chat show host to interview him, allowing him an opportunity to tell his side of the story about his relationship with his now-estranged daughter. It comes after Meghan told Oprah she felt betrayed by her father speaking to the media throughout her marriage to Prince Harry.

The Sun's source says Thomas wants Oprah to contact him. The note wasn't for Meghan or Harry.

"Thomas watched the interview she did with them and feels he deserves a chance to have his say."

He wants to "tell his side of the story".

After Meghan spoke to Oprah earlier in March, Thomas appeared on Good Morning Britain, where he told the British television show about the last time he spoke to his daughter.

"I was in a hospital bed after having a heart attack and I had to tell them I couldn't come to the wedding," he said. "Harry had said, 'if you had listened to me, this wouldn't have happened to you'.

"Me lying in a hospital bed after a procedure felt that was kind of snotty, and I put the phone down on him and that's the last conversation we had."

During the interview, Meghan revealed she had struggled with mental health issues during her time in the United Kingdom and had had suicidal thoughts since joining the royal family.

Thomas said this showed Harry had not supported her well. 

"I love my daughter very much. Had I known she was having psychological problems, I would've been there for her," he said.

"The biggest problem here is she's pretty much ghosted all of her family, on her mother's side and my side. So she really had no one to reach out to. She would've had us if she'd kept us."