Britain’s biggest royal wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle has been into buzz since few days for various unique reasons. This time again, the big revelation has come out that Meghan Markle’s father Thomas Markle will skip the wedding of his daughter. The big revelation came after he admitted that he was paid to pose for the shutterbugs that were sold to news outlets worldwide.
As per reports, Thomas took the decision after pictures were released worldwide in which it shows the Former Hollywood Lighting director came to an understanding with photographers that left him deeply embarrassed.
Following the reports, Royal spokesperson Charlie Proctor shared the official statement released by Kensington Palace that reads, “This is a deeply personal moment for Ms. Markle in the days before her wedding. She and Prince Harry ask again for understanding and respect to be extended to Mr. Markle in this difficult situation.”
While sharing the post, Charlie Proctor wrote, “Kensington Palace has released a statement following the news that Thomas Markle will no longer be attending the #RoyalWedding.”
As per reports, Thomas Markle was upset about the fact over the way his paparazzi photographs taken of him preparing for the wedding has been perceived and he decided to miss the wedding to avoid embarrassing his daughter or the Royal family. Thomas Markle has suffered a heart attack a few days ago but checked himself with doctors to prepare for the wedding of his daughter.
A couple of pictures were also leaked where Mr. Markle was spotted being measured for his wedding suit, gazing at the pictures of the couple and reading a book while having coffee.
Thomas Markle was also supposed to walk her daughter down the aisle during the church ceremony at the grounds of Windsor Castle. Markle with daughter Meghan and Prince Harry was also scheduled to be entertained this week by the queen and other senior royals.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have invited 600 guests to their wedding, which will be followed by a gala reception hosted by the queen.
The couple will be tieing the knot on May 19 at England’s Windsor Castle.