The Duchess of Sussex allegedly boasted to friends about giving out bags of marijuana as gifts at her first wedding, before she married Prince Harry.
In emails obtained by The Sun, Meghan Markle discussed plans of how she would give the drug to guests when tying-the-knot with former partner Trevor Engelson in Jamacia, in 2011.
When a friend advised Meghan to buy a special bag for the cannabis, she reportedly replied “Already ordered ‘em. And teeny ones for the pot that say ‘shh’.”
A source also told the newspaper that Meghan even helped roll the illegal drug into joints and placed filters into each before putting them into the party bags.
Meghan and her ex-husband are alleged to have purchased the drug from staff member of the Jamaica Inn hotel, in Ocho Rios.
“It didn’t seem like it was really her thing,” the source told The Sun .
“Trevor and his friends definitely had more experience with it. I think she is more of a champagne and rose kind of girl. It almost looked like she didn’t know how to smoke.
“It is not something that was very much ‘her’, but it was part of the theme and the couple were very excited to have this surprise gift for the guests.
“It was a destination wedding in Jamaica, so they thought it would be appropriate and cool to supply this. She thought it would make it memorable.
“She was excited about making that a thing, showing a cheeky side people wouldn’t have imagined she had, especially at her wedding.”
Meghan’s estranged father, Thomas Markle, also confirmed the drug was given to guests earlier this month – but these emails confirm prove the Duchess’ involvement in the stunt.
At the time of the wedding, possession of marijuana was illegal in Jamaica.
It has since been reduced to a petty crime offence, carrying lesser implications.
Meghan split with Engleson in 2013, before dating Prince Harry three-years-later.
Earlier this year, Meghan’s 25-year-old nephew Tyler Dooley was revealed to be a cannabis farmer in Oregon.
He released a line of the drug called ‘Markle Sparkle’ in time for the Royal Wedding in May, hoping to capitalise on the ceremony.
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