Samantha Markle hospitalised after scathing attack on Meghan


Now, TMZ reports her estranged half-sister, Samantha Grant, was in a auto accident on Monday in Florida.

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. He claims that he had to swerve his vehicle to avoid a photographer and hit a concrete barrier.

"He drove Samantha to the E.R. where doctors are treating her".

Meghan's sister, who has MS, reportedly jerked forward into the windshield before falling to the floor and Mark says he saw her foot twisted.

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.

Samantha is now being treated in hospital. We can assume that she's speaking about her soon-to-be royal half-sister here.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still going ahead with the wedding this Saturday at St. George's Chapel
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are nonetheless going forward with the marriage this Saturday at St. George’s Chapel Getty – Contributor

She said on ITV's Loose Women on Monday: "I have to say, I'm not taking it personally".

"If it's about my life or my father's then there's something in this country known as freedom of speech", she started her rant in the above video. As The Sun notes, Samantha has not received an invitation to the royal wedding on Saturday.

The question of whether Meghan Markle's father will walk his daughter down the aisle to marry Britain's Prince Harry or attend the wedding persisted Wednesday as royal representatives remained tight-lipped on possible changes to the program.

Thomas had stents implanted in his blood vessels, and will remain in hospital for "a few more days" but he will take "a long time to heal".

Meghan and Harry will marry at noon on Saturday at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.