Meghan Markle's Half-Sister Is Reportedly Crashing the Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle's Half-Sister Is Reportedly Crashing the Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle's half sister Samantha Grant is reportedly receiving treatment in hospital after she was involved in a vehicle crash with paparazzi.

Grant added: "She doesn't have a relationship with anyone in the family".

The news comes after reports that Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, 73, will not be attending her and Prince Harry's wedding on Saturday in the United Kingdom due to health issues.

Ms. Grant, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, hit the windshield and fell to the floor, Mark said.

The news of this accident follows a fresh update on Samantha and Meghan's father's health.

Over the weekend a video emerged of Thomas Markle Sr walking into a library with a photographer.




Meghan's father Thomas is also now in hospital having undergone heart surgery.

Samantha, who hasn't actually seen Meghan since 2008, claims their relationship only became strained a year ago because of "what tabloids have said".

Her half-brother Thomas Jr even wrote an open letter to Prince Harry, telling the 33-year-old royal to call off the upcoming nuptials, blasting it as a "fake fairy tale". As The Sun notes, Samantha has not received an invitation to the royal wedding on Saturday.

Earlier it was reported Thomas Markle Sr had successfully undergone heart surgery. We can assume that she's speaking about her soon-to-be royal half-sister here.

More family problems for Meghan Markle, just days before she is to Wednesday Prince Harry. "A person has the right to say, 'Enough is enough.'" She then shaded "media vultures" who she claimed were "taking advantage" of her dad.

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