Thomas, 73, told interviewer, famed Brit journalist Morgan how he felt when Meghan, 36, told him she was dating Harry, 33.
Meghan has wanted children for a long time and he believes they will try for a baby "sooner or later". "And when she met Harry and she spoke about how much she loves him, there's gotta be a child in the making soon".
Saying he had prepared a speech for the big day, Markle said he had hoped to regale wedding guests with the story of how he had told her about "this nice British guy" before thanking the royal family for welcoming her. They both said, 'Take care of yourself.
Mr Markle said the Trump presidency was discussed at least once: "Our conversation was I was complaining about not liking Donald Trump, he said "give Donald Trump a chance".
Ahead of their wedding, Meghan told of her desire to hit the ground running as a working royal, and the new Duchess has been as good as her word. "I sort of disagreed with that".More news: Lionel Messi Misses Crucial Penalty, Argentina & Iceland Draw 1-1
"I said, 'Oh, OK, Harry, OK.' And she said, 'Of course we'll have to call him H, so no one knows that we're talking about Harry'". I was very proud.
Curiously, Prince Harry is widely known to be friends with former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
Moreover, the Duchess of Sussex most definitely is not a Trump supporter - at least she wasn't the spring of 2016.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex travel in an open carriage to the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
He added that Prince Harry sounded "open to the experiment" of Brexit. There was no real commitment for it.
The Duchess of Sussex has never attended and will probably not attend until Harry is named'.
His ex-wife Doria Ragland was subsequently the only member of her family to attend the service, and Thomas said she did "very well" but he wishes she was sitting with someone in St George's Chapel.