Meghan Markle's sister hospitalised after confrontation with paparazzi

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With the media locked in a revolving door of will-he-won't-he surrounding Meghan and Samantha's father Thomas and his attendance at Saturday's royal wedding, the latter has been doing the rounds of TV talk shows to give rolling updates and explain her role in Markle's freaky decision to stage photographs with a paparazzi photographer.

Samantha's boyfriend told the outlet that he was driving in Ocala, Florida, when a paparazzi veered in front of them. Mark then swerved to avoid colliding with the cameraman and made contact with the barrier.

Meghan Markle's sister was hospitalized after an encounter with a paparazzi.

She suffered an apparent broken ankle and fractured knee.

Her foot was twisted backwards and he rushed to the hospital the place she is reportedly being handled by docs.

Samantha, who has been speaking bad about Meghan to the press, told TMZ that no matter censorship legal guidelines that function in the United Kingdom doesn't apply to her in the USA and she will keep talking about Meghan's relationship, or lack thereof, with her father's side of the family.

Neither Samantha or Thomas Jr have been invited to the wedding, and with Thomas Sr out of the picture, it looks like Meghan's mother, Doria, who is extremely close to Meghan and Harry, will walk her down the aisle.

Grant took credit for orchestrating staged paparazzi photos of her father, Thomas Markle. "She's not going to tell me I can't speak about my life or my father's".

"I have to say I am entirely the culprit", she said in an interview with ITV's Loose Women. "I searched the world for something that I thought was really sentimental", she said.

"There's no bigger media vulture than you. you've been trashing her for years you little vulture".

Meghan Markle's dad, Thomas, appears to have successfully undergone heart surgery.

She said: "I spoke to him early in the morning yesterday and he was quite depressed over a series of events involving the media".