There has been much speculation about the identity of the designer, or designers, who have been chosen to produce Markle's wedding dress and the one she may change into for her evening reception.
The successful surgery follows a massive heart attack Tom suffered eight days ago.
Kensington Palace said the details about the bridesmaids' dresses and the page boys' outfits will be made available on the day of the wedding.
Mr Markle told the publication he now believes that was a "stupid" move but not a "serious transgression".
Confusion prevailed on Tuesday over whether Meghan Markle's father will walk his daughter down the aisle to marry Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on Saturday after reports said that he will not attend the royal wedding.
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A Forest Hill High School parent told FOX51 that her son took photographs of the harrowing acts with the animals. The woman said one raccoon ate a chicken that students at Forest High school in Ocala , Florida , were raising.
"For me to watch this level of life-long sensitivity to nurturing and caregiving, but at the same time my mom has always been a free spirit", she continued. "And there was my mom, caramel in complexion with her light-skinned baby in tow, being asked where my mother was since they assumed she was the nanny", wrote Meghan in the 2015 essay.
Thomas Markle also said that Meghan tried calling him Monday, but he missed her call.
He was seeking to redress damage to his image by "paparazzi who have photographed him in the most unflattering circumstances", says the website. But through it all, Prince Harry has been a shoulder to lean on.
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Meanwhile, Ms. Meghan's extended family has begun arriving in the United Kingdom despite not being on the guest list.
And now, Thomas has apparently blamed the heart attack on his own son, Thomas Jr, after he was said to have written a letter to Prince Harry, telling him that marrying his sister would be the "biggest mistake in royal wedding history".