How Meghan Markle Is Responding to Half-Sister Samantha's Uninvited Visit

How Meghan Markle Is Responding to Half-Sister Samantha's Uninvited Visit

Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Markle, reportedly clashed with security as she tried to visit the royal at Kensington Palace.

Markle, who is Meghan's half-sister from their father's first marriage, has previously called the royal "cold" and fake.

As a result, Markle reported found herself in "an embarrassing standoff with police guarding the gates of Kensington Palace".

In the interview with Good Morning Britain, the 74-year-old leaked details of private conversations with Meghan and Harry before telling U.S. press he felt "frozen out".

In the photos released by the press, her partner was seen handing a letter to the guard before turning away with Samantha. Their father, Thomas Markle, was also absent when Meghan married Prince Harry at Windsor in May. Always very talkative when it comes to attacking the Duchess of Sussex, Samantha had chose to go to London to confront Meghan Markle.

Unsurprisingly, she wasn't invited to the Royal wedding.

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A source close to Samantha told The Mirror, "She fully hoped they would let her in but she was turned away".

When asked to tell more about the letter, Meghan's sister said in part that 'I can not tell you what I wrote but I think that I accomplished my goal and we will just have to wait and see how it was received.

During that same trip to the UK, Samantha appeared on a local TV program and apologised to Meghan.

Samantha wants to tell Meghan that it's "water under the bridge" and acknowledge the fact that things between them got "out of control".

"I felt it could've all been nipped in the bud had everyone been included and we all agreed to move forward with positive resolve". "Dad only spoke out because he was being ignored and disregarded", she wrote in part to another Twitter user.

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