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Meghan Markle’s sister refused Kensington Palace entry after arriving uninvited

Meghan Markle’s sister refused Kensington Palace entry after arriving uninvited

Meghan Markle isn't letting half-sister Samantha Markle's recent stunt distract her from her royal duties.

Deciding that she had nothing to wait, it is Saturday headed straight to Kensington Palace.

Markle eventually left - "fuming", reports The Mirror - after presenting the officer with a letter.

"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.

Markle reportedly made a trip to the U.K.in order to confront Meghan.

Although not invited to Kensington Palace, Markle showed up unannounced, with photos showing the exact moment that she was turned away, though Markle still said it was a "wonderful experience".

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Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank are already neighbours to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and will stay there after tying the knot.

According to the Daily Mirror, the 53-year-old had flown to the United Kingdom "to confront her younger sibling" after sending another letter to Kensington Palace warning that her behaviour would "escalate" unless such a meeting was scheduled.

"She went to the gates and tried to reason with them", a source told The Sun.

Samantha and Meghan's father, 74, has said that the duchess severed ties with him after the royal wedding. "He would have to reach out to her and I think their relationship became a lot more distant then and that hurt his feelings".

Samantha lashed out at the couple afterwards, calling her 37-year-old half-sister "cold" for ignoring their dad before dubbing her "DuchASS" and her husband Harry a "wuss".

Samantha, who is confined to a wheelchair due to multiple sclerosis, was accompanied by her partner. She added, "Moving forward, I apologize and I wish things could be different".

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