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9. Oktober 2018 - 15:45 Uhr / Nicky Beaven
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The Feud Continues: Meghan's Half-Sister Refused Entry to Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Sussex

The Duchess of Sussex

Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha was pictured outside Kensington Palace trying to meet the Duchess. She travelled to the UK especially, but was refused entry to the palace. 

The feud between Meghan, her half-sister Samantha and her father Thomas Markle has been dragging on for months. With both her father and half-sister making outrageous and accusatory comments in various interviews, Samantha has now taken the argument one step further. 

Duchess Meghan's half-sister turned up at Kensington Palace after having warned her in a letter that she would visit personally if a meeting between them was not set up, according to the Mirror

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre

Samantha has been vocal to the extreme both in interviews and on social media and has expressed her displeasure at not being invited to Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding several times, even going so far as to tweet, "I am not candy coating anything anymore! The DUCHASS should be humane to our father who has given her everything,.. and this media crap can stop!".

In a very unexpected move however, Meghan's half-sister apologised to her on live television earlier this week stating that she hoped that they could "move forward". Samantha has not seen Meghan in more than a decade and has frequently used insulting nicknames to describe the Duchess of Sussex such as, Cruella de Vil, Duch-ass and the Duchess of Nonsense.

Samantha was however, refused entry to Kensington Palace and was forced to hand over a letter to staff outside the palace. Since her interview earlier this week, she has once again resumed insulting the Duchess on social media, so we can't say we are surprised.