It appears as if Thomas Markle doesn't plan on leaving the spotlight any time soon.

On Saturday, Markle gave his fourth (yes, you read that right) lengthy interview since he fell out with his daughter Meghan and son-in-law Prince Harry. In his latest attempt to reconcile with the duchess, he reveals private letters and cards Meghan wrote him over the years, proving that they had a good relationship before the royal wedding.

"I loved getting cards from Meghan," Markle told the Daily Mail. "She wrote me hundreds of little cards and notes through the years. Sometimes they were for special occasions, other times just little notes she would leave around the house."

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The publication released several personal, hand-written messages Meghan gave her father, signing the notes as "Bean" — her childhood nickname. "I’ve still got a Post-It Note on my fridge which says, "I love you Daddy.' I see it every day. I got a card every Valentine’s Day," Markle adds.

Meghan's dad also shares her first wedding invitation alongside a snap of him and the former actress before he walked her down the aisle.

We're assuming Meghan wouldn't want to be reminded of her original wedding day now that she's happily married to Harry. And the photo on the invite is probably definitely not Queen E-approved, as Meghan is posing on the beach in swimsuit with a Red Stripe beer next to her.

When asked if he believes he and Meghan will ever have a father-daughter reunion, Markle shrugged, saying, "Maybe. Some day."

If he's serious about mending their relationship, sharing intimate details from Meghan's pre-royal life probably isn't the best way to go about it — just saying.