Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

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

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

Samantha Markle has reportedly been injured in a automobile crashconfer with caption.

TMZ has reported, Samantha is recovering in hospital after suffering what appears to be a broken ankle and a fractured knee.

Mark stated Samantha, who has MS, hit the windscreen and fell into the footwell however was unable to life herself again up.

"There's no bigger media vulture with this wedding than you", Morgan said, alluding to Samantha's involvement in the paparazzi scandal surrounding her father.

Her boyfriend Mark said that their crash was caused by a "paparazzi confrontation". It's not yet known who will escort the bride-to-be down the aisle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Meghan's father may be in Windsor wearing a morning suit on Saturday or he may be in an operating theatre having heart surgery- who knows
Meghan Markle's Half-Sister Is Reportedly Crashing the Royal Wedding

He then drove her to an emergency room where doctors were treating her. However, it's previously been claimed the sisters haven't spoken since 2008. According to Markle's companion, there was a photographer in the other vehicle and he was trying to get a good shot of Samantha and himself.

'This is not Great Britain. I am a United States citizen, and that's all there is to it. 'Meghan's way out of her league to tell me I can't speak'. "The a year ago I think has been strained because what tabloids have said, but Meg does not have a relationship that I've seen with anyone in the family", she said.

That hasn't stopped her from going on British TV shows and dishing about her family, even claiming that she set up the staged paparazzi shots involving Meghan's dad Thomas Markle.

It's unclear how long he will need to stay in the hospital for, or if he will make his daughter's wedding on Saturday.

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