“All of this stuff with her dad is extremely bothersome but she is just so relieved that he is okay,” a source close to the bride-to-be said.
Luckily for Meghan, her mother, Doria Ragland, 61, jetted into London on Wednesday to be by her daughter’s side every step of the way.
“Meghan would not be able to handle all of this stress without her mom there,” the source said, adding that Doria and Thomas have been on “amicable” terms since their split in 1987.
With all the drama that's occurred the last several days fans feared Meghan was getting cold feet, but her mother was there to help keep her in check. “Doria is one of the most grounded women ever and can calm Meghan down more than anyone.”
But it isn’t only Meghan’s mother that is there to sooth her tension!
According to a royal family insider, “Harry isn’t bothered at all by all of this drama that is going on with her family and told her he doesn’t care about any of it. She feels like she is letting him down and he assured her that it is not the case.”
“He is used to causing a stir and is going to love her and stand by her no matter what!”
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As fans know, on Monday Thomas said he would not be attending the ceremony when it was revealed that he worked with paparazzi to stage photos in exchange for money.
However, the following day Thomas said the he would be attending Sunday’s ceremony after receiving texts from Meghan. But hours later he cancelled his appearance due to an emergency heart surgery on Wednesday.
Although it has not been confirmed, Doria’s mother is expected to walk Meghan down the aisle, as reported by RadarOnline.com.
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