Meghan Markle's Sister Samantha Shades Her Once Again In New Documentary - She 'Doesn't Have A Heart'

Meghan Markle's Sister Samantha Shades Her Once Again In New Documentary - She 'Doesn't Have A Heart'
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Samantha Markle is once again dragging her Duchess half-sister, this time in a new documentary about their very public family drama. According to her, Meghan Markle is not a victim and she ‘does not have a heart.’

As you may know, Samantha has slammed the former Suits actress many times before, and it doesn’t seem like she is planning to stop anytime soon.

Samantha has made it very clear that she is not happy about Meghan and Prince Harry supposedly estranging their father, Thomas Markle after the royal wedding back in May.

Thomas has also spoken against his daughter but also the rest of the British Royal family and pled with Meghan to talk to him again.

Now, in the new documentary called 'Meghan and the Markles: A Family at War,' which aired on U.K.’s Channel 5 yesterday, Samantha disses Meghan by saying that: ‘She does not have a heart, or she'd have been doing everything that she could to make him [Thomas] comfortable, be loving and gracious and make sure he is comfortable in his old age. So, broken heart? No, his heart is broken. She cannot turn herself into the victim here.’

Samantha was talking about a letter supposedly from Meghan that Thomas previously shared, in which the former actress made it clear that it was he who broke ties with her and not the other way around.

Instead, he ‘chose to only speak to tabloids.’

She also accused Samantha of constantly lying about the type of relationship the two women used to have growing up, claiming she ‘barely knows’ her.

‘That letter was strategic, it was so elegantly written and contrived. She was saying that my dad had been a liar and that I was a liar. He has text messages on his phone galore. This is a no brainer. The evidence all says she wasn't contacting him, so it does not matter what her letter says,’ Samantha went on to say in the documentary.


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