Meghan Markle's Sister Says She Knew What She Was Doing Marrying Harry and Facing Scutiny
Samantha Markle said her estranged sister should not be complaining about anything.
Meghan Markle is getting zero sympathy from her estranged sister following Wednesday night’s airing of the ITV special on the royals.
Samantha Markle watched the anticipated documentary “Harry and Meghan: An African Journey," which highlighted Meghan and Prince Harry's struggles under the scrutiny of the British tabloids.
“I think it is really ludicrous that someone who is escorted around the world by millions of dollars worth of security on private jets as a millionaire could ever complain about anything,” Samantha told Inside Edition.
And she took particular issue with Meghan admitting she is not OK.
“For her to have the audacity to say something like, ‘It is nice to know if someone wants to know if I am OK.’ I thought, ‘Wow, did you ever ask dad if he was OK during two heart attacks?'” Samantha said.
When asked about the fact that some think Samantha is being mean to her younger half-sister, she said, “Telling the truth is not being mean.”
Viewers were shocked to hear that some of the duchess’ friends didn't think she should marry Prince Harry because of the scrutiny that comes with being part of the royal family. But Samantha claimed "she knew exactly what she was doing, so, hey you got what you wanted.”
In the documentary, viewers caught some of the best footage of Archie. It was also one of the first times Samantha had seen her nephew.
“He is adorable,” she said. “He looks like Harry.”
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