Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Global Media | By Derrick Guzman

Watch out for the kids: George, Charlotte in royal wedding

Watch out for the kids: George, Charlotte in royal wedding

Mr Markle said he would not be attending the wedding after suffering a heart attack six days ago - but said his decision also came after a deal was made public between him and a photo agency who took staged photos of him getting ready for the wedding.

There will be love, and a mixture of royalty and Hollywood, when Meghan Markle marries her very own Prince Charming this Saturday.

Both Charles and Camilla have been excited to welcome Markle into the family - even hosting the couple's evening wedding reception at Frogmore House.

Thomas Markle is set to miss the wedding of his daughter Meghan and Prince Harry due to heart surgery, it has been reported.

According to TMZ he is still receiving treatment for the heart attack, but is hopeful he will be able to fly to the United Kingdom for the wedding.

They are the two oldest children of Prince William, Harry's brother, and his wife Kate.

But while drama continues to surround the royal wedding, as Meghan's father confirms he will no longer walk his daughter down the aisle, it's the absence of Prince Harry's mother that hangs heavy in the air. People confirmed that Thomas Markle would meet Prince Harry for the first time when he arrived in the United Kingdom a week before the ceremony.

Guests will arrive at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle between 3:30 a.m. and 5 a.m.

TMZ said it had spoken to Mr Markle who said a paparazzi agency had approached him and offered him money, although the sum was not close to the reported figure. They were due to travel to the chapel together on Saturday. He also said that he had suffered a heart attack a week earlier.

Thomas' sentimental gift is a present from the royal family, and is part of royal tradition.

Thomas told the outlet that he was experiencing serious chest pains and was back in the hospital, though he is trying to get cleared in time for the royal wedding.

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