WATCH | Royal wedding eve: Bride-to-be Meghan Markle spends night at hotel with mother, Prince Harry meets crowds outside Windsor Castle
The royal wedding ceremony will take place Saturday, May 19 between 12 to 2 pm in British time (IST: 4:30 pm).
Ending days of speculation, Meghan Markle said Thursday that her father will not be able to attend her wedding to Prince Harry due to health problems.
TMZ said Thomas Markle was upset over the way his decision to have staged paparazzi photos taken of him preparing for the wedding has been received and decided to miss the wedding.
Markle was born and raised an hour's drive north in the San Fernando Valley, where her father worked as a lighting director for TV shows, and she was educated at exclusive Hollywood private schools.
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The mother-son pair further said that Markle used to babysit Tyler and his brother Thomas and added, they did not "harbour any hard feelings" over being left off from the guest list.
Around 200 people from charities and organisations close to Prince Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, will also be invited to the palace grounds on the day.
In a Facebook post, the Royal family announced that the wedding will start at noon in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, just outside of London.
The 33-year-old prince and his bride-to-be announced their engagement on November 27. They are set to marry at St George's Chapel, Windsor, on May 19.