Meghan Markle's dad may return to hospital after 'heart attack'

Cristina Cross
May 17, 2018

Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Markle, has allegedly been hospitalised with a broken ankle and fractured knee following a auto crash, reportsTMZ.

Samantha Markle, 53, was driving with her partner Mark near their Florida home when they crashed into a concrete barrier, celebrity news site TMZ reports.

Samantha, who is battling MS, hit the windshield then fell to the floor with her leg twisted backward.

Image tweeted by Samantha Markle showing Samantha and Meghan together in happier times
Image tweeted by Samantha Markle showing Samantha and Meghan together in happier times

Mr Markle said he was hurting after his eldest daughter Samantha Grant talked him into doing a shoot with a paparazzi agency.

Markle's half-sister yesterday launched an astonishing attack on the USA actor just days before the royal wedding.

FirstMeghan Markle 's dad ended up in the hospital with heart problems and now her estranged half-sister Samatha Markle had to go to the E.R. after suffering a possible broken ankle on May 16.

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It comes as her father Thomas Markle reportedly acquired out of main cardiac surgical procedure after struggling a critical coronary heart assault final week.

Her mum Doria Ragland arrived in London on Wednesday for moral support ahead of the nuptials, and teachers and pupils at Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School in Los Angeles, where the actress was a former student, will host a celebration to mark Markle's big day. "You've been trashing her for years, you little vulture". It's not yet known who will escort the bride-to-be down the aisle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Image tweeted by Samantha Markle showing Samantha and Meghan together in happier times.

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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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