Meghan Markle's father, Thomas, warned that he will continue to talk to the media about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex if they can not get in touch with the sooner.
The 74-year-old man has not talked to his daughter since she was at Prince Harry in May 2018. He has also donated several interviews from, try to encourage it to get out to it.
The old Hollywood light conductor has now said that he will not "become a monk in the monastery and give a voice of silence" as he aimed at Prince Harry's "amazing".
In his latest interview series, Thomas said Sunshine although he knows that he has made mistakes, he thinks Prince Harry needs to "get up and get over."
"If I'm the first person to worry or hurt your emotions, you have a long way to go.
"It's just human like our rest. I feel it's a sense that it is over everyone else and is right to talk to people .
"And I can not accept it. It's a feeling like a corner."
Thomas went on to say that he was the interviews with the papers he had to get up for his family, after receiving a lot of passive messages on social media.
He said he thought they did not do anything that needed the ongoing illness from Meghan and Harry.
"I have been quiet enough for me.
"If you ever wanted to talk to me, I may be a little bitten. But in the meantime I'm not going to make a monks in the monastery and I can plead of silence.
"The lowest line I did not do was to qualify for this type of medicine. I can not cut my tongue and do not speak again. I can not close because they have opened the door for a million people to criticize myself and my family. "