Meghan’s sister kicked out of palace after arriving unannounced

Meghan’s sister kicked out of palace after arriving unannounced

The 53-year-old's publicist announced the news on Twitter last month and said: "Samantha is coming to the United Kingdom this week, like it or not".

She reportedly refused to leave the palace area and ended up buying souvenir masks of Meghan and her husband Prince Harry. After undergoing heart surgery, the 74-year-old was unable to attend their big day.

As mentioned earlier friends Meghan Markle, she does not want to "stoop to the meeting" with an older sister who constantly talks about her in public, nasty things, accusing them of hypocrisy, careerism, of callousness and disrespect to their father Thomas Markle.

Markle reportedly made a trip to the U.K.in order to confront Meghan.

Kensington Palace declined to comment.

But her attempts to meet the Duchess of Sussex face-to-face were stalled when a security guard refusing to let her pass.

She said she and her father Thomas would still have been hurt and not being invited to the star's wedding to Prince Harry, but the situation wouldn't have "snowballed".

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"This is the closest Meghan has come physically to that side of her family since she married into the royal family but palace staff had clearly been instructed not to allow her access". Samantha, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, was pushed by her partner in a wheelchair through an open gate.

But, on Sunday, Samantha teased her Twitter followers, writing, "Everybody would love to know what's in that letter".

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

"Dad only spoke out because he was being ignored and disregarded", she wrote.

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

"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".

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