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Thomas Markle said he was upset at not being able to walk Meghan down the aisle

Exactly one month after the royal wedding, Meghan Markle's father Thomas has given his first tell-all interview to Good Morning Britain and spilled some tasty but unexpected tea in the process. She matched the elegant look with a white hat with black details by Philip Treacy.

Asked about the possibility of a royal baby being soon on the way, he said his daughter had "wanted children for a long time".

Prince William, meanwhile, was busy on royal engagements, opening James' Palace - a mental health centre offering support for men - and speaking at The Business Fest in Liverpool.

In the second carriage were the Prince of Wales & Duchess of Cornwall alongside Princess Beatrice & Princess Eugenie.

But the royals also seemed to have a grand old time at the races, with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined by Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and many more members of the royal family.

He said: "Harry asked for her hand on the phone and I said, "You are a gentleman, promise me you will never raise your hand against my daughter, and of course I will grant you my permission".

"He said, 'Hello Thomas.' I said, 'Hi Harry.' It became a conversation back and forth, mostly about politics. That was his politics, I have my politics".

In an emotional on-air message to the couple he said: "I send my love to both of them".

"He was very keen in the interview to be very praiseworthy of Harry", he said.

"I was very upset it wasn't me, because the whole world was watching my daughter", said Markle, who said he cried while watching the wedding on television while recovering from heart surgery.

But Meghan is diving in heard-first, keen to experience a day at the races with her new extended family.

Markle said Mr. Trump was discussed at least once: "Our conversation was I was complaining about not liking Donald Trump, he said "give Donald Trump a chance".

He added that Prince Harry sounded "open to the experiment" of Brexit. In the Sahara desert people wear white to keep them cool in the sun and it reflects light more than darker or brighter colours.

McCorqodale Wednesday George Woodhouse in a ceremony attended by the newly minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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