Kensington Palace confirmed the couple - known formally as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - will visit the Irish capital Dublin on July 10 and 11. Some felt that Markle had overshared, while others felt that he had been set up by Good Morning Britain.
"He's made some bad mistakes, my god, he's been punished for it", said Morgan, who described Markle as a "very decent, regular" guy. I regretted [not going], because I really wanted to walk her down the aisle.
"Meghan cried, I'm sure, and they both said "Take care of yourself, we are really anxious about you". "The whole world was watching my daughter".
Saying that Harry is "lucky" to have his daughter, Thomas revealed how he warned the Prince to "never raise his hand" towards her. "But I'm thankful for how it all went". "The unfortunate thing for me now is I'm a footnote in one of the greatest moments in history, rather than a father walking her down the aisle, and that upsets me somewhat". Prince Charles ended up doing the honors on wedding day, walking his now daughter-in-law down the aisle of the Quire of St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England.
"Our conversation was I was complaining I didn't like Donald Trump", Markle shared of one conversation with the royal.
Markle said he gave Harry permission to marry his daughter over the phone. "I sort of disagreed with that, but I still like Harry", Markle told ITV's Good Morning Britain in his first broadcast interview since the wedding.
Of Harry, Markle said: "He's quite easy to talk to".
He said: "I hope I haven't offended them, I don't think I have, they know I love them and I hope the royals - the royal family - will understand my feelings as well".
Meghan's parents are divorced and while mother Doria Ragland, 61, has met Harry and attended the wedding, Thomas Markle is yet to meet the prince.
He said that he looks forward to meeting the Queen for the first time, adding: "I've had respect for that woman since I was a child".