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Meaghan Markle’s nephew, Tyler Dooley, is developing a royal cannabis strain

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The nephew of soon to be royal Meaghan Markle is marketing a new strand of his cannabis as “Markle’s Sparkle” in light of the Royal Wedding and has already received notable attention.

Tyler Dooley grows cannabis in Oregon, USA, a state which has legalised cannabis since 2015, and is currently creating a hybrid blend to go on the market as royal cannabis. Dooley categorises himself as a “pioneer” within the cannabis industry and is keen to get his latest creation to take off as the royal wedding draws near.

There is no doubt that he is taking advantage of his relation to Markle as her publicity skyrockets more and more as the royal wedding draws closer. His cunning to jump at the opportunity of marketing his product as “Royal” and using his family’s now famous name shows that success may well run in the family.

Tyler Dooley is the son of Markle’s half-brother Thomas Markle Jr and despite not talking to his aunt for three years, he believes that she would be a supporter of the legalisation of the drug. He says that she grew up in California and “I am sure has an American view on pot.”

He went on to add that he was confident Prince Harry would also be a supporter as he ‘enjoys a good party”.

Tyler Dooley says that he still remembers when Markle used to babysit him as a child. Now, he would “be happy to show them around” and educate the royal couple on the positive effects of marijuana from helping patients with post-traumatic stress syndrome to cancer patients.

Dooley isn’t the only member of his family involved in the cannabis industry with his brother TJ giving it to his dog for pain relief while his mother Tracy works selling advertising where many of many of her clients are marijuana dispensaries.

 

Sophia Wilson

Sophia is a professional journalist with a keen eye on latest technological advancements, its details, and its participation to human beings' way of life. She received her degree in journalism from Boston University where she prospered and developed her technical abilities. She started her professional writing career as a freelance contributor to multiple websites. Today, Sophia is The Daily Scanner's Editor-in-Chief and is responsible for the daily production of the news website.

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