In emails sent to a boyfriend before marriage with the American manufacturer, Meghan wrote that she had prepared her guests with marijuana bags, according to The Sun.
Trevor and Meghan were engaged in 2010 and made the wedding in 2011 on a beach in Jamaica. They divorced after only two years of marriage.
At that time, marijuana consumption was illegal in Jamaica. Currently, marijuana consumption is legitimate for religious and medical purposes, which is the possession of small amounts.
Meghan Markle and her former husband, Trevor Engelson, on their wedding day
Thus, in one of the emails, a friend advises the current Duchess of Sussex to buy special bags for cannabis, and Meghan replies, "I've already ordered them. Little bags for grass that says shh," says Daily Mail.
Thus, the ex-actor had personally ordered sackcloths where she put marijuana and which she gave her to the wedding guests. Besides, according to a source quoted by The Sun, Meghan helped invite people to run dresses and filter them before putting cigarettes in bags. It seems that the drugs would have been bought by an employee of the hotel where the 100 guests were accommodated. The information was confirmed by some of them.
Meghan Markle and Trevor Engelson spent on a beach in Jamaica
One source told The Sun that Meghan did not appear to be a marijuana consumer.
"It didn't seem like something he'd usually done. Trevor and his friends probably had more experience with marijuana. I think she was quite the kind of guy who prefers champagne and roses. He almost knew how to smoke," the source said.
In addition, Meghan's father, Thomas Markle (74), with whom the Duchess interrupted, in a recent interview, said that his daughter served the guest's marijuana at his first wedding, which he also attended.
"It's illegal, but it's common in Jamaica. I don't smoke grass and, as far as I know, Meghan doesn't. I don't know what I did with my bag. I think I gave it to someone else," Duces said. father.
Also, Meghan's grandson, Tyler Dooley, has legally grown cannabis in the Canadian state of Oregon and has even launched a series of marijuana-based products called "Markle Sparkle" (Markle Sparkle) before the wedding of former American actress Prince Harry of the UK, who found May 19th.