A global audience will be watching when Prince Harry weds his US fiancee Meghan Markle on Saturday, but most Britons don't care much, a YouGov poll said on Monday. The statement did not confirm or deny speculation surrounding his attendance.
In fact, he won't be going to the wedding at all, telling TMZ him that he recently suffered a heart attack.
Tim Stewart Meghan with dad Thomas Markle who is"barely speaking to her mum
It follows reports in the Daily Mail on Sunday that Ms Markle's father staged pictures for a paparazzi photographer.
Harry's Communications Secretary told reporters last week that both parents would fly over from the United States this week and would play important roles on the couple's big day.
The reports of a possible no-show by Markle's father were splashed across the front pages of several British newspapers on Tuesday.
BBC royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell said he understood Ms Markle, 36, was distressed and concerned for the wellbeing of her father, who has been described as a rather shy and reclusive figure.
Samantha, who has not spoken to her sister since 2015, said she had "no idea" if her father was paid but added "it would have been a pittance". "It was not for money".
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In 2016, the Edinburgh University student graced the cover of Tatler magazine, which dubbed her the "most lovely member of the Royal Family".
"On the morning of the wedding, Ms. Ragland will travel with Ms. Markle by vehicle to Windsor Castle". "I merely wanted him to be seen in a respectable light and that wasn't being done".
He told TMZ that he won't be flying to the United Kingdom for the Windsor ceremony after having a heart attack six days ago.
He said he did it to "rehabilitate" his image but had been left looking "stupid and hammy" - and would not be travelling to the United Kingdom to give her away in order to spare her further embarrassment.
He is reported to have said that he did not want to cause his daughter embarrassment by attending the wedding.
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THE NIGHT BEFORE: Meghan Markle's choice of hotel the night before her marriage to Prince Harry has a storied past. She captioned it: "Dear Paris, I'm pleased to introduce you to my littlest one".
In her ITV interview Monday, Samantha Markle accused the media of taking advantage of Thomas Markle, noting that their father, who is 73 years old, is "a bit more fragile".
Prince Harry has yet to meet his future father-in-law. While 60 percent of respondents say they like Queen Elizabeth, her son Charles is far less popular.
Mr Markle is a retired Emmy-award winning lighting director, who worked on shows such as General Hospital. "The couple have been doing everything they can to help him".
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