Meghan Markle’s father is making a documentary about their early life together, it has been claimed.
According to reports, Thomas Markle, 76, hopes the film will provide a more “complete picture” of his life with the Duchess of Sussex, revealing never-before-seen moments from the Duchess’ childhood including her school days, first marriage and early career.
Markle – speaking from Rosarito, Mexico where he now lives – told The Sun: “It begins with my life, my family, my love of theatre and television and how I got there.
"Then my life with Meghan, growing up, her school days until she went off to college, and when her career began.
“We had a good life together, up through her first marriage and her move to Canada. Then a new story begins! It’s kind of like ‘What happened to my baby girl’.”
Markle is said to be working with a cinematographer on the new film and said he hopes to “figure out what went wrong” with their relationship.
Last year the retired lighting director took part in Channel 5 documentary, Thomas Markle: My Story, which explored his "complicated" relationship with his daughter in the run-up to her wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018.
Markle had been expected to walk his daughter down the aisle, but released a statement through TMZ revealing he had suffered a heart attack and would not be attending.
In the Channel 5 documentary, Markle discussed his daughter’s decision to renounce her royal title and move to America.
"It’s disappointing because she actually got every girl’s dream.
"Every young girl wants to become a princess and she got that and now she’s tossing that away… it looks like she’s tossing that away for money," he said.
Markle claims that the new documentary – reported to be coming out at the end of the year – offers a “more complete picture” of their life together.
The Independent has contacted representatives for Thomas Markle and the Duchess of Sussex for comment.
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