MEGHAN Markle’s half-sister has released her “tell-all” book about her relationship with the royal, blasting the “controlling” Duchess for not postponing the Royal Wedding for their dad.
Samantha Markle’s autobiography has sensationally claimed how Meghan and the Royal Family should have postponed the wedding so Thomas Markle could attend.
Samantha Markle has published her autobiography [/caption]
Samantha claims Harry and Meghan should have postponed their wedding[/caption]
Thomas Markle had a heart attack and was not able to attend the wedding[/caption]
Mr Markle, 76, did not attend the wedding after he had suffered a heart attack. Prince Charles instead walked Meghan down the aisle at St George’s Chapel instead.
In the autobiography, titled “The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister: A Memoir, Part One”, claims Meghan was “controlling” towards their father.
In one passage, Samantha writes that her dad sounded upset when she had called to check in with him in the lead up to the wedding.
She wrote: “I said, ‘Dad, what’s going on, what’s wrong?”
“He said, ‘This is really weird, she’s not the same. When Harry is in the room, she is very sweet and a different person, but when he steps out of the room, she is mean and controlling.’”
Samantha, 56, also claimed the Royal Family should have postponed the wedding so that Mr Markle could be included.
She wrote: “The Royals couldn’t postpone the wedding so that my father could be included, and I knew it was not unreasonable that they reschedule, given resources available to make that happen.”
Meghan’s team has not yet publicly commneted on the books contents.
The half-sister has promised readers that they will find the “truth is stranger than fiction”.
Samantha, who is wheelchair-bound and lives in Florida, completed the highly-anticipated memoir four years after saying she was writing.
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The book was released in the US via American bookselling giant Barnes and Noble and is currently out of stock online.
The autobiography is expected to be critical of Meghan’s alleged treatment of her father and the family.
Samantha and Meghan have not spoken in years and it is thought they last saw each other in 2008.
Samantha claims her father called Meghan ‘controlling’[/caption]