Meghan Markle's half-sister reportedly clashed with security as she turned up at Kensington Palace to see the royal.
According to The Mirror, Meghan Markle's sibling reportedly flew to London in order to confront Duchess of Sussex after months of sniping at her via social media and media interviews. British news outlets reported that she got into a verbal "stand-off" with an officer guarding a security checkpoint and was turned away.
"Everybody would love to know what's in that letter", Grant tweeted Sunday, alongside three emoji faces and a Mirror article that shows her outside the palace.
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The confrontation came on a recent trip to the United Kingdom by Samantha Markle which she reportedly made in order to confront Meghan.
"This was a huge move on the part of Meghan's sister to try to see her face to face".
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Samantha went on to reply to another commenter on Twitter, saying that Meghan ghosted "everyone" in the family, especially Thomas and this is why she spoke out. Samantha, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, was pushed by her partner in a wheelchair through an open gate.
Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Jr., has also previously demanded for his sister to make amends with their dad and expressed anger at being left off the guest list. Did Meghan's Half-Sister Just Apologize To Her On TV? "He would have to reach out to her and I think their relationship became a lot more distant then and that hurt his feelings".
"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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