Thomas Markle, father of Meghan Markle and the future father-in-law of Prince Harry, leads a relatively discreet life in Rosarito, Mexico.
But since his daughter became engaged to one of the most famous people on the planet, Markle received much more attention from random passers-by who ask about the royal wedding and the paparazzi who want to shoot each of his movements.
Last week, photographers captured the former lighting director reading the book, Images of Britain: a pictorial journey through history, at his local Starbucks.
Most people are positively obsessed with the image.
"Literally, nothing is purer than Meghan Markle's father reading to learn more about England," wrote EW correspondent Dana Schwartz, in a viral tweet (some noted that the book is on Great Britain not only England).
The image could also offer a pretty big clue about the royal wedding, which will take place on Saturday, May 19.
Earlier this year, it was rumored that Markle wanted his mother, Doria Ragland, to accompany her down the hall (Meghan's parents divorced when she was six years old). But thanks to the photo above, it seems that Markle's father might be walking after all. Or at least attend the wedding, which would be a big problem, since Major Markle is very shy and it is not clear if he would get to the nuptials.
When Meghan-Prince Harry's engagement was announced, her parents issued a sweet statement about the big event.
"We are incredibly happy for Meghan and Harry, our daughter has always been a kind and caring person," the two said. "Seeing their union with Harry, who shares the same qualities, is a source of great joy for us as parents, we wish them a lifetime of happiness and we are very excited for their future together."
According to reports, Thomas Markle before the wedding will be honored with a coat of arms of the family a few days before the wedding. When HuffPost approached to make comments, the Kensington Palace did not confirm the news.
But a spokesman confirmed that at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, the father of the Duchess of Cambridge, Michael Middleton, received the same honor a week before the wedding.
Just a few more weeks until we discover it.