Samantha Markle's latest comments about Meghan are beyond freakish

Prince Harry and Meghan will begin a 16-day tour taking in Australia Fiji Tonga and New Zealand on October 16

Prince Harry and Meghan will begin a 16-day tour taking in Australia Fiji Tonga and New Zealand on October 16

Being pushed in a wheelchair, Markle refused to leave the area and went on to buy souvenirs including masks of Meghan and Harry.

She said she and her father Thomas would still have been hurt and not being invited to the star's wedding to Prince Harry, but the situation wouldn't have "snowballed".

The soon-to-be newlyweds moved to Kensington Palace four months after announcing their engagement in January, according to The Telegraph.

Samantha Markle, Meghan Markle's estranged elder sister allegedly got turned back by palace security after dropping in unannounced to see her sister.

On Saturday, Samantha chose to show up at the Palace uninvited to try and talk to Meghan, according to E!News.

They're set to step foot in Australia in two weeks' time, however it's now been revealed there's one thing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can't do while they're Down Under.

If it strikes you as rather convenient that the paparazzi happened to be there, don't be fooled.

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Markle, who is Meghan's half-sister from their father's first marriage, has previously called the royal "cold" and fake.

Needless to say, it wouldn't be surprising if Samantha did exactly the same.

She then handed a letter to be delivered to the Duchess.

On Sunday, Samantha teased her Twitter followers, writing, "Everybody would love to know what's in that letter".

Samantha Markle was reportedly turned away from visiting her half-sister Meghan.

"There is so much water under the bridge and so much has spun out of control that was never meant to", she explained. "I was hoping maybe we would have the chance to speak - that she would know I was here". "I would just say that there is so much water under the bridge and so much has spun out of control that was never meant to", the 53-year-old said in part on The Jeremy Vine Show.

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