If Meghan Markle needs someone to walk down the hall this Saturday, John Cena is on board to help.
The wrestler shared Today 's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on Tuesday as the discussion turned to the royal wedding.
The trio spoke with NBC's Royal Correspondent Keir Simmons after it became known that Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, would not attend his daughter's wedding.
Simmons Jokingly Suggested Cena's Intervention You needed the pond across the pond and said, "Hey John – this wedding, we'll have the royals, we'll have Diana's family, the Spencer, now we'll have the Markle family. I think we might need you here, my husband, to intervene. "
Nobody Lass Making a good joke, Gifford turned to Cena and said, "She needs someone to give her away, or who could be better than you?"
"I can get on a plane, I'll be there in a few days "he said jokingly.
His own wedding to Total Bella's star Nikki Bella, scheduled for May 5, was canceled just a few weeks before the couple had planned to say "I do."
Since then, the two have suggested that they could get together again and both have admitted that they still take care of each other.
"I want to be with her," Cena said on Monday, while Bella separately told her she "really hopes someday we'll make it and get back together."
In England, Meghan and her fiancée Prince Harry have been holding back since her father decided not to attend their wedding on Saturday after his date with the paparazzi, to host several photo shoots before their big day, was revealed.
- Do not miss! Tune in Meghan and Harry – a fairytale wedding on Saturday, May 19, at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT on PeopleTV – now available on PeopleTV.com and on your favorite streaming device [19459006 The next day, he said he would attend the wedding – only if doctors would unsubscribe him after he reportedly had a heart attack
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Thomas changed his mind again and told TMZ on Tuesday that he could not travel because he underwent cardiac surgery on Wednesday morning.
"She [doctors] will go in and remove blockages, repair damage, and place a stent where it's needed," he said.
Kensington Palace originally announced on May 4 that he would walk Meghan down the hall.
Meghan and Harry's office at Kensington Palace issued a statement on Monday stressing that their fa vow to not come to the UK was a "deeply personal moment" for the 36-year-old. The palace had no additional comment on Tuesday.