Meghan Markle makes Ascot debut with Prince Harry on wedding anniversary

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Heart surgery the week before the May 19 wedding meant Mr Markle couldn't travel to walk his daughter down the aisle of St George's Chapel, Windsor.

The proud dad even told how he believed the couple will have a royal baby "in the making very soon" after admitting he sobbed in a Californian hotel room as he watched his daughter Wednesday Prince Harry.

It's her first time at the races since marrying into the Royal Family, so fans were eager to see what Meghan would wear.

Thomas Markle revealed how Prince Harry "could be open" to the idea of Brexit.

The Palace said the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Dublin on July 10th and 11th "at the request of Her Majesty's Government".

Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan confirmed that Meghan's father had pocketed "a few thousand pounds" but insisted his "ultimate motive was not money".

"Meghan cried, I'm sure, and they both said "Take care of yourself".

Thomas planned to make the trip from Mexico, where he is spending his retirement, to attend the wedding and had been spotted looking up the latest on the happy couple online. "It was incredible watching her. That upsets me somewhat", he said.

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The royal patriarch reportedly calls his new daughter-in-law "Tungsten"-which is a type of metal-as a testament to the fact that she is "strong and unbending", according to the Daily Mail. I wish it'd been me, but thank god he was there and thank him for that".

Thomas also touched on Harry's views about Brexit, saying the Prince seemed "open to the experiment". That was a mistake, ' Thomas said about the drama.

The couple du jour arrived in onto the course in a carriage accompanied by Harry's uncle Prince Edward and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.

"It was just a loose conversation". But news about Prince Harry expressing certain political views follows controversy from two years ago when Queen Elizabeth was being accused of backing Brexit in the European Union referendum.

"I thought this would be a nice way of improving my look, but obviously that all went to hell".

"He was very keen in the interview to be very praiseworthy of Harry", he said.

"There was no real commitment to it".

Kensington Palace declined to comment on the interview or the astonishing claims, but there is little doubt that the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex have again been left humiliated by the continuing Markle family soap opera.