"He's Awful!": Thomas Markle's Ex-Wife Warns Meghan Not To Let Her Dad Into Baby Archie's Life


May 13, 2019 12:54 By Fabiosa

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby son Archie Harrison is one week old, but he’s already the most talked-about baby in the world! And he’s already meeting people.

Meghan and Harry have already introduced their baby son to some of the royals, including the Queen and Prince Philip, and others are due to meet him soon. Meghan’s mom, Doria, was one of the first people to see baby Archie, as she was by her daughter’s side before, during, and after labor. Now, what about Meghan’s dad, Thomas Markle?

The new granddad has congratulated Meghan and expressed hope that he would meet Archie in the future, although he and Meghan are estranged. Meghan’s older half-siblings, Samantha and Thomas Jr., have expressed a similar sentiment: they hope baby Archie will help “heal the divide” in the family. But should Meghan let these people back into her life?

It would be a terrible mistake, says one unlikely Meghan’s supporter – Thomas Markle’s first wife, Roslyn. She’s Samantha and Thomas Jr.’s mom, and she says he was an “awful dad” to them, so it’s unlikely that he would be a good granddad to Archie.

In an interview with Mirror Online, Roslyn recalled her ill-fated marriage to Thomas and said he was verbally abusive, cheated on her multiple times, and even refused to give her money to buy food for children.

Roslyn told Mirror Online:

Knowing Tom as I do, Meghan would be a fool to have him in her life.

While he portrays himself as a loving father, he was anything but to our two children during our marriage. It may sound clichéd but a leopard does not change its spots.

In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, Roslyn also said her ex-husband is not interested in the lives of his other five grandkids, three of whom he’s never even met!

If what Roslyn has said is true, Meghan should be careful. It looks like she could open herself up to even more hurt and humiliation if she let her dad back into her life.