Meghan Markle's Nephew Gets Cast On New Reality Show 'The Royal World' Using His 'Lovely Aunt's' Popularity
October 10, 2018 11:43 By Fabiosa
It seems that the world has not heard enough about the Duchess of Sussex’ relatives. From Samantha’s Markle’s upcoming book to Thomas Markle’s countless interviews, they try to find new ways to cash in on Meghan.
This time, the Duchess’ nephew, 25-year-old Tyler Dooley, decided to use his royal connection to make a career on TV. The first time we heard about Tyler, who is a son of Meghan’s half-brother Thomas Markle Jr., was when he and his mom had an interview with Good Morning Britain, talking about whether they will get invited to her wedding or not (they wasn’t).
Meghan Markle's nephew and his mum have not received an invitation to the Royal Wedding but say they're proudly supporting her. pic.twitter.com/LrMb8WCszh— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) March 26, 2018
Dooley claimed that he and his family have been there for Meghan their whole life, always supporting her. But then he admitted he didn’t see the Duchess for three years.
Despite not getting invited, Meghan’s cannabis-growing nephew traveled to London ahead of the royal wedding where he made some noise after trying to take a knife into a club. He claimed he took the weapon because Donald Trump warned that the UK’s capital is a “war zone.”
Now, Dooley wants some screen action as he was cast on a new reality TV show.
'The Royal World'
The MTV’s new reality show titled The Royal World premiers on November 7. The unscripted series Dooley is starring in follows the lives of young royals and aristocrats as they come together to live in the English countryside for one summer while being filmed every day.
The show supposed to feature a cast of English royals and aristocrats, so how did American weed-seller manage to become a part of it? Dooley simply used his connection to the Duchess of Sussex without a trace of shame.
In a trailer for the series, Tyler was asked how he is connected to royalty, to which he answered: “because of my aunty Meghan,” before admitting he didn’t watch her royal wedding.
This is not the first time he uses Meghan’s name for his benefit as his marijuana farm in Oregon is called Royally Grown. Moreover, he has a marijuana strain named after the Duchess called Markle Sparkle.