Meghan Markle’s father has broken his silence to confirm he will be giving his daughter away to Prince Harry. Thomas Markle Sr said he was “delighted” to be welcoming the fifth in line to the throne into his family. “All I can say is that I am very pleased. I’m delighted,” he said. When asked if he will be at the wedding to walk Meghan, 36, down the aisle, the actress’s proud dad beamed: “Yes.
Donald Trump’s plan to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has been dubbed a “kiss of death” for the Middle East peace process. The US president ignited international fury as he revealed a move to switch the American Embassy from Tel Aviv. Palestinians said hope for a resolution was “finished” and the changes to US policy were like “a declaration of war”. Their UK representative Manuel Hassassian described it as “the last straw that will break the camel’s back”.
Meghan Markle ’s father Thomas has said he is “delighted” to be welcoming Prince Harry into the family. When the Mirror tracked reclusive Thomas down in Mexico he broke his silence on the royal wedding to say he hopes to walk his daughter down the aisle on her big day. Asked if he will be at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle to give away Meghan, 36, Thomas Markle Sr beamed: “Yes. I’d love to.”The 73-year-old added: “I’m very pleased.
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