Thomas Markle is continuing to speak out about his strained relationship with daughter Duchess Meghan in hopes of reconnecting. 

Markle, 74, appeared on “Good Morning Britain” Monday and chatted candidly about the rift with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, attributing it to miscommunication.

“I know we had our differences at the beginning – some question about my heart attack and so forth,” he said, referencing the health issue that reportedly kept him from attending the royal wedding, “but the unfortunate thing about my daughter and Harry is that they believe everything they read in the papers, and for the first year they were telling me never believe those things. But now, they’re believing it and thinking I’m saying a lot of things that I’m not saying, and I think that might be one of the problems, but I don’t have the answer yet.” 

Markle says he has repeatedly reached out to Meghan, 37, who he says lived with him from age 11 until she went off to college.

“Every day I try to text her. I just haven’t received any comment back,” he said, sharing in his messages he keeps asking for her to respond.

Markle also stuck up for his daughter when Piers implied she tended to ghost people “that appear to be no longer of any importance to her.”

“She’s always been very polite to everyone,” Markle asserted. “She’s never been rude to anyone.”

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