The bride's former sister-in-law Tracy Dooley and her nephew Tyler even visited Hampton Court Palace as part of their tour of the capital, having not being invited to the wedding of the year.
Tracy, who was married to Meghan's half-brother Thomas Markle Jr, and her son Tyler, shared a number of snaps on social media to document their travels, writing: "Had a great time mate! We had loads of fun in London."
Their travels also included checking out the London Eye, local pubs and even heading to a party complete with a cardboard cut out of the Queen.
While the pair were apparently dumped by Good Morning Britain as special correspondents for their rolling TV wedding coverage, they still appeared to have watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get hitched.
Sharing a photograph of the newlyweds kissing, Tracy simply wrote: "Spectacular!"
They even caught a glimpse of the Queen – albeit a cardboard version
But it hasn't been all smooth sailing for the family, with Meghan Markle's nephew sparking a police probe when he tried to take a knife into a London nightclub.
Tyler Dooley, 25, admitted having the four-inch blade on him and handed it to a bouncer as he tried to get in to the venue.
But he fled when other punters said he would be arrested after security staff called police in the early hours.
Met Police confirmed they had been called about the incident.
A source said: “They were all obviously a bit tipsy from celebrating the wedding, but not in bad spirits. As Tyler came up to the bouncer, he said, ‘I have a knife on me.’ He pulled it out and handed it to the staff.
“All he was going on about was how he’d brought it from America because Donald Trump had said London wasn’t safe.
“They acted very calmly and dialled 999 and that’s when some local guys told him he’d get arrested. At that point he ran off.”
The Dooleys declined to comment and hid inside a bin cupboard at the Hilton DoubleTree hotel in Kingston when The Sun asked them about the incident.
Tracy, who has not spoken to Meghan for 20 years, had previously shared a smiling selfie with her son, saying: "Thames… we're having a blast."
An ITV spokesperson had this week told The Sun Online: "The Dooleys will not be contributing to Good Morning Britain’s coverage of the Royal wedding."
But he would not say if the family members had been previously invited to contribute on the day.
ITV did not correct reports GMB had hired the family when they appeared across the media this week.
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