Meghan Markle devastated dad pulled out of wedding and faked humiliating photos

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Meghan Markle’s white side sure knows how to show out and sabotage a wedding.

After her half-brother pleaded with Prince Harry to call off the wedding and her and her half-sister is set to release a tell-all, Markle’s father Thomas now says he won’t walk his daughter down the aisle following a paparazzi photo scandal.

The Daily Mail reports, days before the wedding, Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly devastated at the latest turn of events and Kensington Palace released this statement saying:

“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.”

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But Markle’s black momma Doria Ragland is on her way and is reportedly the frontrunner to walk arm-in-arm with her daughter down the royal aisle on her big day.

Thomas Markle pulled out of the wedding at the 11th hour after reports surfaced that he hired a photographer and has been setting up paparazzi shots in an effort to sell the photos to the tabloids.

According to reports, Markle has pleaded with her father to show up for Saturday’s wedding, but to no avail.

The 73-year-old father not only has to deal with the paparazzi scandal casting a dim light over Saturday’s wedding but says he has suffered a heart attack and cites that as the reason he can’t make it.

Thomas Markle has talked to TMZ and said Markle’s mother should actually do it.


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There’s been no official announcement word on who will be taking up the task.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s big day is slated for May 19.

The wedding will take place at St. George’s Chapel. The service will start at 12 p.m. U.K. time, or 7 a.m. EST/4 a.m. PST, with a romantic carriage ride through the streets set to take place an hour after that.