Meghan’s father may not attend wedding

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    It is unclear whether Meghan Markle’s father Thomas will walk her down the aisle on Saturday as planned.

    Mr Markle is reported to have told journalists at his home in Mexico that he had decided not to attend.

    Kensington Palace has issued a statement asking for “understanding ” to be extended to Mr Markle in this “difficult situation”.

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