Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's wedding this weekend was in turmoil as the father was reportedly unable to attend a paparazzi scandal and shook the royal planning for this milestone
Kensington Palace pleaded in an explanation for "understanding and respecting" during a "difficult situation," US media reports that Thomas Markle had suffered a heart attack caused by the alleged staging of paparazzi photos of himself.
Kensington Palace did not confirm whether Markle Senior had said goodbye to the wedding on Saturday at St. George's Chapel in the Castle justification that everything was not good.
"This is a very personal moment for Mrs. Markle in the days before her wedding," she said.
"You and Prince Harry once again ask for understanding and respect for Mr. Markle in this difficult situation."
The palace could not be reached for further comment.
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Thomas Markle told TMZ that he had agreed to pose for a paparazzi photo shoot to rehabilitate his image instead of money, but he regretted the move now.
The pictures – in which he was measured for a suit and admired a photo of the future royal couple at his computer – sold for $ 100,000 (83,000 euros / 74,000) according to the British tabloid Daily Mirror.
TMZ said he had a heart attack last week because of stress and he continued to suffer from chest pain.
Markle senior said he has not heard from his daughter since his revelation, and that would make her mother – his ex-wife Doria Ragland – a good choice to walk her down the hall in his place, according to the Website 9013] Meanwhile, Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha Grant, who has criticized the bride's relationship with her father's side, has tweeted that she has suggested posing in the "positive photos" to combat his "bad" portrayal
On Tuesday, she said on the television show "Good Morning Britain" that the episode had affected his health.
"I still do not know what his plans are, but there is a very disturbing one," she said.
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Markle's gaff-light American family has sent royal courtiers into a kind of spin-turner by airing their dirty underwear in public.
Kensington Palace had been in the process of preparing for the big day, trying to express a sense of serenity, regularly announcing smaller planning details – the kind of carriage the couple will ride to who will bake their wedding cake.
But they were tarnished by Thomas Markle's relatives who were not invited to Nu on Saturday for unwelcome stories of bus-ups, heavy drinking and even arrest.
Thomas Markle Junior, Meghan Markle's half-brother, accused the couple of shunning them in an April open letter.
The US actress grew up in the suburbs of Woodland Hills in Los Angeles and stays close to her parents, who divorced three decades ago.
She was run by her 73-year-old father, an Emmy-winning Hollywood lighting, director-dutch-Irish descent who retired to Mexico.
In her late teens, Meghan Markle said she and her dad are not "in the best sense of the word", but have recently publicly expressed their love for him.
Arrived in the UK this week to meet Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, along with future mother Doria Ragland, a 61-year-old yoga teacher and clinical therapist.
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Ragland, who has reportedly arrived in the UK, is expected to be at her side before the wedding Being a daughter and traveling to the wedding with her by car.
Americans in Windsor before the wedding were sympathetic to their compatriot.
"It's disappointing for them," said Jean Rice, 48, of Orlando.
"But things happen, I hope they're happy."
Karen Yaney, 64, from Chicago, said she hopes Markle's father would attend.
"To stage these photos, that did not seem so terrible, I imagine she's on the phone talking to him and trying to persuade him." 19659033 Since the engagement of Meghan Markle with British Prince Harry, photographers have put their lenses on the US actress and her family addressed
A British Royal Mail special stamp featuring an official engagement photo of British Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle, who will marry Saturday
Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland in Toronto in September 2017