Thomas Markle's new documentary will explore what went wrong between him and Meghan

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  • Thomas Markle is reportedly working on a new documentary about his life.
  • The project which he hopes to release later this year will also feature new footage and photos of his estranged daughter, Meghan.
  • About the documentary, he said: "We try to figure out what went wrong. I think we will do a good job."

Meghan Markle's estranged father Thomas is reportedly working on a new documentary about his life.

This comes amid the duchess' legal battle in the High Court. She claims Associated Newspapers breached her privacy, data protection rights, and copyright by publishing a letter she sent Thomas before she married Harry.

READ MORE | UK judge delays Meghan Markle's privacy case trial to late 2021

In an interview, the 76-year-old told The Sun that the project would focus on his life, his family, his love for theatre and television, Meghan's early years until she went to college and the beginning of her television career.

"We had a good life together, up through her first marriage and her move to Canada. Then a new story begins! It's kind of like 'What happened to my baby girl?'"

The documentary which he hopes to release later this year will also feature new footage and photos of Meghan.

"We try to figure out what went wrong. I think we will do a good job," he said.

In 2020 Thomas appeared in the Channel5 documentary Thomas Markle: My Story which explored his relationship with his daughter in the run-up to her wedding.

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