Meghan Markle’s dad, 73, seen working out ahead of Royal wedding in biggest hint yet that he'll walk her down the aisle

It still hasn't been confirmed whether Thomas Markle, 73, will be giving Meghan away when she marries Prince Harry on May 19 at Windsor Castle.

The reclusive Hollywood lighting director was spotted walking around with weights in his adopted hometown of Rosarito, Mexico, and using a exercise bike outside.

Thomas is said to dote on his 36-year-old daughter and told The Mirror he'd love to walk Meghan down the aisle.

Despite never having met his daughter's fiance, Meghan said Prince Harry asked Thomas for her hand in marriage over the phone.

Thomas split from Meghan's mum Doria Ragland when the actress was just six years old – but Meghan says she's always been a daddy's girl.

The outdoor workouts follow rumours that Thomas has started fittings for a new morning suit ahead of his daughter's big day which will be broadcast across the globe.

But Meghan has come under fire from her half-sister Samantha for "inviting strangers" to her wedding over her family.

Invites have already been handed to celeb pals of the couple including Serena Williams and Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh.

The couple have invited 600 guests to the ceremony with a further 2,500 members of the public helping them celebrate their big day.

Samantha, who lives in Florida, USA, vented her fury on Twitter.

She tweeted: "Out of respect and humanitarianism, the Markles should be invited if 2,000 complete strangers are.

"Our uncle, brother, me, best friend of 30 years, nephews. Our issue is not a matter of closeness. Family is family."

Kensington Palace declined to comment on whether Thomas would be walking his daughter down the aisle.

Yesterday William and Kate welcomed their third child at 11.01am at the Lindo Wing in Paddington, London.

They have yet to reveal the baby's name – but bookies have already began paying out on the baby boy being called Arthur.

But the new arrival won't be going to Harry and Meghan's big day – and here's why. 

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