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This has to be Meghan Markle’s most earth-friendly (and 420-friendly) wedding gift


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So this is probably not on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s wedding registry, but ahead of their nuptials last month, one of Markle’s relatives is marking the event with a special, 420-friendly creation: “Markle’s Sparkle.”

What is Markle’s Sparkle, you ask? Well, Markle’s nephew Tyler Dooley—a legal weed farmer in Oregon who didn’t make the guest list—developed the new strain of cannabis that he ever-so-kindly named after his royal-to-be family member. And even though Markle has absolutely nothing to do with any of this, Dooley thinks she’d be impressed with what he’s concocted: “Meghan grew up in California and I’m sure has an American view on pot,” he told the Daily Mail.

Markle’s estranged nephew Tyler Dooley—a legal weed farmer in Oregon—developed the potent new strain of cannabis that he ever-so-kindly named after his royal-to-be family member: Markle’s Sparkle.

Since cannabis is illegal in England, Markle’s Sparkle probably won’t be showing up anywhere near Windsor Castle, where the two are tying the knot. But hey, if you want to unwind and reap the wellness benefits of CBD—like pain management, less anxiety, better sleep, and decreased inflammation—a road trip to Oregon might be a royally good idea.

Meghan Markle might not be into cannabis, but she is into this delicious smoothie. Or, find out how she’s making her wedding cake more nutritious.

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