Markle asked the heir to the British throne to offer the supporting elbow.
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Kensington Palace said Friday that Markle asked the heir to the British throne to offer the supporting elbow Saturday at St. George's Chapel in Windsor once Markle's father was unable to attend after falling ill.The 96-year-old Prince Philip has largely retired from public duties and it had not been clear whether he would be feeling well enough to attend.Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, was the bookies' favorite to escort the bride, but Prince Charles has a lifetime of experience in appearing at big public events amid intense scrutiny.The monarch's sister, the late Princess Margaret, was walked down the aisle by Prince Philip. Queen Victoria walked two daughters down the aisle.
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