The Royal Family may not be in the best mood after Prince Harry's father-in-law revealed private conversations between them to a British TV show.
Thomas Markle, father of the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, took part in a "world exclusive" interview with Piers Morgan's show 'Good Morning Britain'.
During the TV broadcast, the 73-year-old choked back tears, as he spoke about having to stay in the US during his daughter's wedding to Prince Harry on May 19th.
Sharing that Meghan cried hearing that her father was too unwell to walk her down the aisle, he explained his jealousy watching Prince Charles stand in his place.
"I feel bad that she put all that work in and I didn’t do it," he said. "But I couldn't do much about it laying on the couch with a bad heart."
Thomas Markle has also raised eyebrows, as he claims Prince Harry told him to give US President Donald Trump a chance, as well as being open the "experiment" of Brexit.
The British Royal Family are not allowed to have political opinions, and while Thomas Markle said he would be excited to meet Prince Harry and the Queen, commentators say his controversial paid interview could have potentially ruined his chances to do so.