Meghan Markle's cannabis farmer nephew is honouring the royal wedding in a very unique way

Meghan Markle’s nephew is said to be growing a special batch of cannabis in her honour [Photo: Getty]

Since news of her engagement to Prince Harry emerged, Meghan Markle‘s relatives seem to be reaping the rewards of their relation to the future royal.

While most might consider taking the ‘normal’ route and bag a book deal (such as Meghan’s half sister Samantha Markle with her upcoming book A Tale of Two Sisters), Meghan’s nephew is honouring his aunt’s big day in a far less conventional way: by farming a novelty batch of cannabis in her honour.

We told you it was unconventional.

Tyler Dooley – Meghan’s 25-year-old nephew who owns a (legal) cannabis farm in his home of Oregon – is planning to develop a “potent new hybrid strain of cannabis”, according to the Daily Mail.

And it’s name? Markle’s Sparkle.

Catchy.

Despite not receiving an invite to the wedding, Dooley told the paper that he’d be “more than happy” to offer the couple a sample of the batch should they choose to visit. What an image.

It’s worth noting that cannabis is still very much illegal in the UK, meaning you shouldn’t expect to see the royal household laying out samples of Markle’s Sparkle for guests at the couple’s St George’s Hall reception.

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK

Read more from Yahoo Style UK:

Royal wedding cakes throughout the years: From Kate Middleton’s to the Queen’s

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not invited Donald Trump or Theresa May to their wedding

Important: we officially know what the weather will be like on Harry and Meghan’s wedding day