Meghan Markle's nephew gets his own TV show

The Duchess of Sussex’s nephew, Tyler Dooley, could be getting his own reality television show. The show will be based on his life as a marijuana business owner.

According to The Sun, producers are interested in him and his family because of how different they are to Duchess Meghan. Dooley caught the eye of the producers when he was in the UK for Meghan’s Royal wedding.

Tyler Dooley, 25, lives in the US state of Oregon where marijuana is legal. There he runs his own grow farm called Royally Grown. 

He is the youngest son of Duchess Meghan’s half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr, 51. His girlfriend, Sandra Bazan, his mother Tracy, 53, and brother Thomas, better known as TJ, 26, would also feature in the show.

For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The show will be broadcast in the UK and USA.

MTV bosses are believed to have taken an interest in Dooley after his run-in with London police just hours after the Royal wedding in Windsor.  He was caught with a knife and pepper spray at a nightclub in Kingston upon Thames.

Dooley handed the knife over to the police and managed to avoid arrest. A source revealed how producers were keen on him because of how different he was to his aunt.

'They think viewers will love him and the rest of the Dooleys, and become gripped by their soap opera lives. Tyler is really looking forward to it and sees it as great advertising for his marijuana business,' the insider shared.

Dooley had not been invited to the Royal wedding, but flew over with his mother and brother, to be ‘special correspondents’ for the chat show Good Morning Britain. However, they never appeared on TV and the visit ended in badly when Dooley was caught with a knife.

At the time, a Metropolitan Police spokesman had said they were called by security to a club in Union Street, Kingston upon Thames, in the early hours of Sunday, May 20. A man was accused of openly declaring he had a knife as he attempted to enter the club.

When the police arrived at 1.55 a.m. they ended up at a hotel in Kingston where two men in their 20s were spoken to. One of the men also voluntarily surrendered a noxious spray.

The men were warned about their actions but neither was arrested. Dooley’s cannabis farm sells an 'extremely potent' marijuana called 'Markle's Sparkle' for £206 or $242 an ounce.

He also has plans to get into the medicinal cannabis market as well as putting it in other products.

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