Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Prince Charles To Walk Meghan Markle Down The Aisle

Prince Charles is taking his role as future father-in-law pretty seriously. It’s been announced that the Prince of Wales will be walking Meghan Markle down the aisle Saturday in her father’s stead.

In a statement released today, Kensington Palace stated that: “The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to welcome Ms Markle to the royal family in this way.”

Charles is taking the place of Markle’s real father, Thomas Markle Sr, who’s been at the center of some unwanted media attention as of late. Some staged, yet adorable, photos of him prepping for his daughter’s wedding left him embarrassed. However, the “official” reason he bowed out was due to his  told his health, having undergone heart surgery this week.

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On Thursday, Kensington Palace confirmed he would not be attending:

Oddly enough, those who keep tabs on gossip rags probably know Mr. Markle better than his future son-in-law; Prince Harry has not yet met the man, who lives in Mexico.

Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, is slated to accompany her daughter in the bridal car, while also staying with her Friday night at the Cliveden House hotel in Taplow.

As The Daily Mail reports, Prince Charles walked Alexandra Knatchbull, goddaughter of the late Princess Diana, down the aisle at her 2016 wedding to Thomas Hooper.

A family friend was quoted as saying, “It’s very unusual to be given away by someone else at your wedding – even if it’s the Prince of Wales.”

Might be unusual, but it certainly will be memorable.


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