It’s the family feud that’s causing a ruckus at Buckingham Palace and now Samantha Markle has slammed her half-sister, Meghan Markle, one again.
Samantha, who hasn’t spoken to the Duchess of Sussex in nearly a decade and wasn’t invited to her wedding in May, claims Meghan’s treatment of her father since she joined the royal family has been ‘inhumane’.
“There is no room for a greedy arrogant, deceitful fake humanitarian on this world stage. How dare she? Disgusting,” Samantha said, according to The Mirror.
“If you treat your own father like this, Harry is next.”
Samantha’s comments come after reports surfaced claiming that their dad, Thomas Markle, called Prince Harry ‘rude’ over a heated phone conversation they had while he was in hospital recovering from his heart attack.
Thomas Markle told the Mail On Sunday, he was ‘upset’ by the way Harry reacted over the staged paparazzi shots he planned before the wedding.
So much so, he said he told Harry “it would be better for you guys if I was dead…” before hanging up on their heated call.
The 74-year-old also said he was ‘hurt’ that Meghan told him he wouldn’t be able to make a speech at the wedding because there would be ‘no room’ for him in the reception proceedings.
His daughter, Samantha, took to her Twitter page to show her support for her dad.
“Proud of my dad and love him dearly! Windsors should try being loving and expressive rather than stoic, cold hearted, and inhumane,” she wrote.
“Learn and evolve. My father’s response was quite appropriate given the parties involved and context.
“There is no valid humane or Christian argument in favor of the way my father has been treated in this situation. Cut the smoke and mirrors. It is wrong and outdated.”
Despite Meghan remaining quite on the matter, it’s reportedly affecting her greatly, with the Duchess stress getting too much for the royal – so much so that she might be pulling out of her trip to Australia in October.
“Meghan may not even attend the games at all or visit Australia,” an apparent Kensington Palace insider told New Idea magazine.
“There is serious talk about that and contingency plans have been put in place.”
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