Meghan Markle Confirms Her Dad Absent on Wedding Day

By : Anisa Triyuli And Aldi Firhand A | Friday, May 18 2018 - 21:09 IWST

Meghan Markle (Foto : People)
Meghan Markle (Foto : People)

INDUSTRY.co.id -England - The news of the absence of Meghan Markle's father has recently been confirmed by Meghan Markle himself. Previously word got out that his father was absent because he had to undergo heart surgery.

Quoted from The Guardian, Friday (18/5), Meghan Markle has given a statement on a paper released Kensington Palace, London, England.

"Unfortunately, my father will not be attending our wedding, I always care about my father and hope he gets room to focus on his health," said Meghan Markle who will be married on Saturday (19/5) tomorrow.

"I want to thank all those who have given prayer and support know me and Harry greatly want your presence on our special day next Saturday," he added.

Meghan Markle is reportedly disappointed because her father gets great pressure from the media, when many paparazzi follow and photograph it while in hospital. Meghan was also more worried about her father's health than thinking about her absence at the wedding.

Through the confirmation stated by Meghan, it is certain that his father will not attend and accompany his daughter to her wedding altar which will be held on Saturday at St. George in the Windsor Castle area of ​​England.

"I want to thank all those who have given prayer and support know me and Harry greatly want your presence on our special day next Saturday," she added.

Meghan Markle is reportedly disappointed because her father gets great pressure from the media, when many paparazzi follow and photograph it while in hospital. Meghan was also more worried about her father's health than thinking about her absence at the wedding.

Through the confirmation stated by Meghan, it is certain that her father will not attend and accompany her daughter to her wedding altar which will be held on Saturday at St. George in the Windsor Castle area of ​​England.

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