Meghan Markle's sister unleashes on Prince Harry over family comments

Sunday, 31 Dec, 2017

She then admitted that she made these exact same resolutions every year - suggesting that perhaps when it comes to chewing her nails and the odd cuss, she just can't help herself. She also plans on travelling around the learn more about her adopted country.

Samantha Grant, who is Markle's paternal half-sister, had a few words to say about the matter.

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The latest piece of hate comes in the form of a scathing petition which claims the former actress is not worthy of a place in the Royal Family because of her past.

In an earlier tweet, Samantha dropped a heavy hint that she would reveal details of Meghan's childhood in a book she is writing.

Ms Grant also went on to praise their "completely self-sacrificing father", adding: "She always had this family, .Marrying merely extends it". We made it so that she had two houses. "How fun it was!"

Next year's royal wedding is already causing a diplomatic dilemma.

Grant has spoken poorly of the former Suits actress in the past, stating that Hollywood "changed her".

"I didn't feel a separation from her until I was in the wheelchair", she purportedly told The Sun. The title is splashed across the masthead of Grant's Twitter page, by the way.

In October, she appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain where she addressed rumours that she'd described her half-sister as "self-obsessed". Her previous divorces and cheating on partners does not lend us to believe she will be faithful to Harry. The two share the same father, Thomas Markle.

"These make my New Year's resolution list almost (AKA actually every) single year", she explained.

(L-R) Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Prince Philip leave after attending the Royal Family's traditional Christmas Day church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, eastern England, on December 25, 2017.