Meghan Markle's dad has reportedly earned some money after he collaborated with British paparazzi to stage some photos before the royal wedding. According to the Daily Mail, the 73-year-old former lighting director was seen entering an Internet café with photographer Jeff Rayner. A few minutes later, Thomas was seen sitting behind a computer while looking at a news story about his daughter and Prince Harry. The writers for the publication claimed that Thomas willingly posed for the fake photos that were sold to multiple publications. An estimated $135,000 has been earned from the photographs.
Meghan Markle recently made headlines after her dad, Thomas Markle Sr. dragged her into his recent interview with Piers Morgan on "Good Morning Britain." Following Thomas' conversation with the host, Sarah Vine, a journalist for the Daily Mail, penned an article about Markle and her dad. In her piece, Vine acknowledged the fact that the former actress must have been upset with her father for doing the interview. However, Vine also said that Markle should focus on the fact that Thomas loves her deeply and is very proud to be called her father. "The truth is, however toe-curling they seem on the outside, inside every embarrassing dad is a heart the size of a supernova beating with pride at his daughter's achievements.