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Meghan Markle's sister Samantha turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving unannounced

10 October 2018, 11:12 | Myron Mathis

Meghan Markle's sister Samantha turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving unannounced

Meghan Markle's sister Samantha turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving unannounced

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

Samantha, who recently changed her last name from Grant to Markle, was also spotted happily buying party masks from a London street vendor featuring Meghan and Prince Harry's faces that same day.

According to the Daily Mirror, the 53-year-old had flown to the United Kingdom "to confront her younger sibling" after sending another letter to Kensington Palace warning that her behaviour would "escalate" unless such a meeting was scheduled. However, arrived in a wheelchair an American (she suffers with multiple sclerosis in 2008), did not let the Palace guards.

According to the British media, Samantha had a "stand-off" with the security at the entrance and she was told to go back.

It's clear to see that there are a number of unresolved issues between them and with reports that Samantha is working on a book about this very subject, Meghan's relationship with her family is sure to be in the headlines for a while yet.


Well, yes, the meltynautes, Samantha Markle never loses an opportunity to get noticed since her half-sister's entrance into the royal family.

While it's not the norm for royals to show their affection for each other in public, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are the exception to this customary rule. After undergoing heart surgery, the 74-year-old was unable to attend their big day.

"I just think that families can be this way when there's confusion and when people are hurt", she said.

Samantha added that her step-mother Doria Ragland was made to look like the better parent.

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



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