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Prince Harry’s press office said Wednesday it had no additional comment beyond a statement made two days ago calling for “understanding and respect” for Markle’s father, Thomas, “in this difficult situation.”

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Some estranged members of Meghan Markle’s extended family have arrived in Britain but have not received invitations to the wedding.

Some devoted fans of Harry and Markle are already gathering at prime viewing points just outside the imposing walls of Windsor Castle, even though the wedding is three days away.

A few carried signs wishing the soon-to-be newlyweds well, and some carried U.S. flags in honor of Markle’s American roots.

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