He also told the tabloid that his daughter is strong and controlling, and is someone who likes to be in charge, so her new life must be hard.
The newly-minted Duchess of Sussex, 36, is struggling to cope with the transition from TV actress to a member of the royal family with public responsibilities, according to her dad. He pointed out that Meghan is always covering her knees and went even as far as saying that she looked "outdated".
Thomas also called out the royal family's dress code.
Sources say that after Thomas' media interviews, the palace can't trust him, so he won't have any access to his daughter or get any invitations to future royal events.
"[They] are frustrated he keeps speaking to the tabloids and taking payment for interviews", the source adds.
He told the Sun on Sunday: "My thing about my daughter right now is that I think she is terrified".
I've seen her smile in years.
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She surprised herself when she threw Cherwinkski, who weighs 175 pounds according to the police report, to the ground. But "once the police saw the video, they immediately arrested him", Holden said . "I didn't even think".
He continued: 'I've seen her smile for years. She completed the outfit with boats and clutch in tone, and the end of the image was a light make-up (the newly-made duchess is painted herself!) And her favorite careless bunch. "This is a pained smile". Perhaps it is the fatigue after a few tense days, but still it seems to me that she feels a strong pressure.
"I'd like to put our differences behind us and get together".
73-year-old Thomas - who skipped out on Meghan's royal wedding due to a paid paparazzi photo scandal followed by an alleged heart surgery - ran his mouth yet again to the British press.
The adorable couple appeared to be having fun watching the match from the royal box, sharing some big laughs during the game.
"I don't care whether she is p***ed off at me or not". 'And I want to be her [future] child's grandfather and I want to be near them.
"I would like to make this my last interview", he said. "But I've already made it clear that I'm paying for this for the rest of my life", he said.
"I still want to meet the Queen".