Duchess Meghan: Your father is planning a documentary about your life

Duchess Meghan
Her father is planning a documentary about her life

Duchess Meghan: is there a documentary about, life coming soon?

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Thomas Markle apparently wants to film the life of his famous daughter. The documentary about Duchess Meghan should be ready in 2021.

He has already made a personal letter from his daughter public. But the resulting legal process does not seem to deter Thomas Markle (76): He is now apparently planning a documentary about the life of Duchess Meghan (39). The former lighting director has teamed up with a cameraman, according to "The Sun", so the joint work could be finished this year.

Thomas Markle was already involved in a documentary last year that was shown on the British broadcaster "Channel 5". With his own film, however, according to the "Sun" he hopes to draw a "more complete" picture: "It starts with my life, my family, my love for theater and television and how it came about. Then my life with Meghan, how she grew up, her school days, until she went to college and how her career began. "

He and Meghan had a wonderful life together, according to Thomas Markle, "until they were married for the first time and moved to Canada". He also promises previously unseen video footage of his famous daughter for his documentary: "My documentary will contain some new videos and my favorite photo of her, and we're trying to find out what went wrong. I think we'll do a good job."

Complaint about letter to father

Thomas Markle can look back on a TV career spanning decades, including two Emmy Awards for his work on "General Hospital". His daughter Meghan played a leading role in the legal series "Suits", which was produced in Canada, before her wedding to Prince Harry (36) in 2018. After Meghan and Harry resigned as working members of the British royal family and moved to California, she is planning further TV projects: Together with her husband, Meghan has signed a contract with the streaming service Netflix, which is worth up to 150 million dollars (approx . 122 million euros) should have.

In the past, he has repeatedly proven that her father does not shy away from disclosing personal information. The Duchess of Sussex has therefore sued Associated Newspapers Ltd, publisher of the "Mail on Sunday", among other things for copyright infringement. The Mail on Sunday published an article reproducing excerpts from a handwritten letter Meghan had sent to her father …