Meghan Markle's half-sister 'HOSPITALISED' after 'CONFRONTATION' with the media

Meghan Markle's half-sister 'HOSPITALISED' after 'CONFRONTATION' with the media

Her boyfriend Mark reportedly told the outlet a photographer veered in front of them while trying to snap a photo, causing Mark to swerve into a concrete barrier while trying to avoid a vehicle collision.

Meghan's half-sister, Samantha Markle has reportedly suffered a broken ankle after a run-in with paparazzi in the U.S., according to her boyfriend. He also says that the paparazzo in question took off after causing the alleged accident.

Samantha has done everything possible to make herself relevant since Meghan was outed as Prince Harry's girlfriend in 2016.

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A Kensington Palace spokesman said Monday night: "This is a deeply personal moment for Ms Markle in the days before her wedding".

Following his heart attack, Mr Markle reportedly made the decision not to attend the Royal Wedding as he does not want to "embarrass" the Royal Family or his daughter.

Tensions within the Markle family have already started to show, with Meghan's mum Doria Ragland said to be furious with her ex-husband Thomas Markle for not stopping relatives from slamming the bride-to-be. Sam tried to defend the staged paparazzi pics of her dad, saying "The goal of those photographs was basically because he's feeling defenseless".

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It is unclear what part of the state, but her Facebook page says she lives in Miami Beach. There's no bigger media vulture with this wedding than you, is there?

Regardless, a wedding gift will be forthcoming, said the Florida resident, who is reportedly writing a book called "The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister".

Morgan added that Grant has been "trading off her very tenuous connection" with Markle, who "she has not seen in 10 years".

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