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Meghan Markle Responds To Her Half-Sister’s Unexpected Visit

Meghan Markle Responds To Her Half-Sister’s Unexpected Visit Meghan Markle Responds To Her Half-Sister’s Unexpected Visit
Stacy Diaz | 08 October, 2018, 22:10

The Duke and Duchess married on May 19th 2018 in Windsor and were conferred The Duke & Duchess of Sussex by The Queen.

One place you really can't show up without calling first is Kensington Palace.

An anonymous source told the Mirror: "The ongoing feud between Meghan, her sister and her father has so far been played out in public interviews and communication across the Atlantic via aides and representatives".

Samantha Markle's visit to Kensington Palace came weeks after she sent a letter warning she would turn up if a meeting with her sister was not arranged.

Samantha Markle, Meghan Markle's half sister.

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.

However, it's believed that she was turned away from security, more on that here, and since then she's been sharing her thoughts about the whole situation on social media. British news outlets reported that she got into a verbal "stand-off" with an officer guarding a security checkpoint and was turned away. "It was a sad sight". "I think everybody was hurt by not being included or invited to the wedding, but I felt as though it could have all been nipped in the bud had everyone been included and we all just agreed to move forward with positive resolve, and the hurt feelings wouldn't have snowballed".

One of her tweets said that the "Duchess should bow to the daddy" presumably implying that Meghan should bow to their father and we're not sure where on earth she's going with this, it does seem weird (although she is, of course, entitled to her opinion).

She also made comments about being followed by paparazzi while in the UK. "So, moving forward, I apologize and I wish things could be different".