Megan Markle's nephew names new marijuana strain after baby Archie
Remember Markle Sparkle, the marijuana inspired by the Duchess of Sussex?
Megan Markle's nephew now says that the brand has made him so rich that he hopes to win with another hybrid root-mark hybrid vessel.
He calls this "Archie Sparky" after the new royal baby of Markle and Prince Harry.
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] "People always called me black sheep, I work for black sheep a very competitive business, "Markle's nephew, Tyler Dooley, told Daily Mail.
"Markel Sparkle made headlines and made a lot of money for me."
Not surprisingly, no brand has the Queen's stamp of approval.
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Markel, previously named a marijuana strain after the Duchess of Sussex, whose last strain was named after Herzog inya Megan and son of Prince Harry, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
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Dooley, 27, is blue, Mar 27, is blue Thomas Markle, Mark Markle. ] Dooley and his side of the family are estranged from the royal family and are not invited to the wedding of Prince Harry and Markle
His new strain is named after the baby of royal couple Archie, who was born on May 6th.
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Dooley told the newspaper that his Oregon ranch, where he runs his cannabis business, Blue Line Hemp, blew up 1000 Line Hemp, up to 2,600 acres  He also claims he is paddling in the dough, thanks in part to recognizing his aunt's name, with "expected revenue" of up to $ 200 million annually.
Dooley also addressed the name of his family, which, in his view, received an unfair reputation.
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"People have defined Megan's American family as hips and freaks, but I build a business the old-fashioned way with hard work and a lot of sweat."  This article originally appeared on Page Six.