Meghan Markle's half sister reportedly turned away from Kensington Palace

Meghan Markle's half sister reportedly turned away from Kensington Palace

It's safe to say the chilly relationship between Meghan Markle and her estranged half-sister hasn't thawed after reports that Samantha Markle was turned away by a Kensington Palace security officer while visiting London.

According to the Mirror, Samantha argued with police before handing over a letter for her sister. The 53-year-old became locked in a "stand off" with palace guards, before eventually handed over a note to an officer.

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

Samantha has been demanding a meeting with the Duchess of Sussex and her husband since she was snubbed from the royal wedding in May.

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It's a lesson that Samantha Markle, the half-sister of the new Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle.

Samantha's arrival in the United Kingdom comes two weeks after palace officials received a letter saying her behaviour would "escalate" if they didn't arrange a meeting with Meghan for her.

Photos captured Samantha - diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008 and is now wheelchair-bound because of the condition - being wheeled dejectedly away from the security office at the palace.

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

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"The fact she was turned away speaks volumes", a source told The Mirror.

"I just think that families can be this way when there's confusion and when people are hurt", she said.

Samantha, Meghan's half sister from her father's first marriage, has previously called the royal "cold" and fake.

Grant alluded to her reasons for writing to Meghan, replying in the comments of the tweet, "The Family spoke out about being treated unjustly by her". "So moving forward I apologize and I wish things could be different".

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