Meghan Markle with her father Thomas Markle. Apparently spending 20 minutes on the computer reading news stories about the pair, the photographs were later distributed to worldwide media. "So, mortifying for the royal family, enraging for Meghan Markle". All in all, a cute story about an excited father ready to see his daughter married.
The photos were taken less than two months before the wedding and reportedly sold for almost $140,000 by the paparazzi agency who took the photographs.
Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle arrive to attend a service of commemoration and thanksgiving to mark Anzac Day in Westminster Abbey in London on April 25, 2018. Markle told the website he looked "stupid and hammy".
Thomas also said that his daughter called him on Monday, but he missed the call. He's especially upset that they made him look like a lush. Since retired, he has been living in Mexico.
TMZ also said he suffered a heart attack less than a week ago. He confirmed to TMZ he won't be attending the wedding. For Meghan, the gesture was significant."Not being able to meet his mum, it's so important to me, to know that she is a part of this with us", she said.
"I have to say I am entirely the culprit". We had no idea he would be taken advantage of.
"Everyone needs to pause and think what this is doing to them and, more importantly, to him". "They don't photograph you buying vegetables and pH water, they photograph you in as unflattering ways as they can".
Samantha Grant, who regularly tweets about her estranged sister and the royal wedding, took credit or the planned pictures. There's a lot of scrutiny that it was money motivated, it was not.
Tracy Dooley also operates a personal blog on Facebook titled "Royal Wedding with The Dooley Markles", where she posts news articles related to Markle and Prince Harry, and photos of herself.