Leaked emails allege that Meghan Markle boasted about giving friends weed at her first wedding
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are perhaps the "it" couple of our generation. The erstwhile actress wed Britain's most eligible bachelor back in May, in a beautiful ceremony held at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Meghan wore a Givenchy gown, by way of Clare Waight Keller, and everything from her symbolic accoutrements to that kiss had us transfixed.
However, given that it is 2018, it's only expected that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had previous romantic relationships. Meghan married her first husband, Trevor Engelson back in 2011, and now leaked emails have purportedly revealed that she included marijuana in her guests' gift bags.
Per The Sun, in an email from a friend suggesting that Meghan buy a specific type of gift bag, the now-Duchess replied "Already ordered ’em. And teeny ones for the pot that say 'shh'."
Back in December, the 37-year-old's estranged father, Thomas Markle, first revealed the marijuana wedding favours in an interview with The Daily Mail.
"It’s illegal, but it’s no big deal in Jamaica. It’s almost customary down there. I don’t smoke weed and to the best of my knowledge nor does Meghan. I don’t know what I did with mine. I think I gave it away," Markle told the publication.
Over 200 joints were allegedly delivered to guests in gift bags left in their hotel rooms, and sources claim that Meghan had a hand in rolling.
At the time of her 2011 nuptials, any possession of cannabis in Jamaica was illegal, but laws have since been relaxed to make possession of small quantities a "petty offence".
Meghan started dating Hollywood producter, Engelson, in 2004, and they married in September 2011 in what was described by an attendee as a "boozy beach wedding' at Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios.
"I don’t think Meghan thought for a second about it as a legal issue, even though they were holding a large quantity of it. It was part of their plan," one of the 100 guests allegedly said. "Some people were lighting up all weekend, particularly Trevor’s friends. Meghan herself not so much, she was fairly constrained. She preferred to drink but I don’t think she wanted to be a party-pooper so she would take a puff from time to time to be a part of it."
In related news, Meghan has reportedly been branded "Duchess Difficult" by palace insiders as her demands have become too much for aides.
According to The Daily Express, palace staff have begun to "lose patience" with the requests coming in from the 37-year-old, who reportedly asked for air freshener to be sprayed in St. George's Chapel ahead of her May nuptials as she thought there was a "musty" smell.
There have also been repeated reports of a feud between Meghan and her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, after the former Suits star allegedly criticised one of Kate's staff members.
While a spokesperson for Kensington Palace has denied that this ever happened, it hasn't prevented the rumour mill from going into overdrive.
Now, it's believed that Meghan's second personal assistant has left her job. Samantha Cohen, the private secretary to both Meghan and Prince Harry, is due to step down in the spring after purportedly refusing to take on the position full time.
This follows the departure of Meghan's personal assistant, Melissa Touabti, who left the job six months after the royal wedding.