On Saturday, Meghan’s half-sister shared with TMZ that their father is more concerned about his health than anything else, and that she is preventing him from seeing the “disrespectful” documentary that is available on Netflix.
Samantha, 58, said to the publication that she does not believe her father, who is recuperating from a stroke he sustained earlier this year, would even be interested in watching the series since she believes the controversy surrounding the royal family has been detrimental to his health.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talked openly about their estranged relationship with both Thomas, 78, and Samantha in the documentary titled “Harry & Meghan,” which was made available for public viewing on Thursday.
As Meghan, now 41 years old, began to gain notoriety as a member of the royal family, the author suggested that their half-sister had lied to the media about their familial connection.
In the program, there was a statement that stated as follows: “Samantha Markle maintains that she and Meghan had a close relationship until 2018, and that the media invented remarks that have been ascribed to her.”
On the other hand, Meghan debunks Samantha’s assertion in the documentary series.
“My half-sister, who I hadn’t seen for almost a decade — and that was just for a day and a half,” the former “Suits” actress added. “Suddenly, it seemed like she was everywhere.”
“I’m sorry, but I’m not familiar with your middle name. I am unable to provide your birth date. You’re telling these folks that you reared me, and you’ve called me “Princess Pushy,” she said. “You’re telling me that you raised me.”
Meanwhile, after the premiere of their documentary series on Netflix, “Harry and Meghan,” some members of the British aristocracy allegedly want Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to be excluded from King Charles III’s coronation in the following spring.
David Mellor, a former conservative politician, was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying, “They are able to put food on the table by putting their family up for sale. I believe that it should be made very clear that the people of the United Kingdom do not want them there “a reference to the approaching celebration in May that will be held for the monarch.
“They really shouldn’t be attending the coronation at all. They should absolutely not come,” he said, while also mentioning that the British “would be quite right to boo” them “the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, should they want to make an appearance.
While Prince Harry was born into the monarchy, Meghan Markle became a member of the royal family following her marriage to Prince Harry in May 2018. She served in this capacity until the couple announced their intention to leave the royal family in January 2020.