Meghan Markles sister Samantha blasted for London visit: Shouldve stopped her at border!

Meghan Markle\s sister Samantha blasted for London visit: Should\ve stopped her at border!

Royal plea: Meghan Markles sister in DESPERATE bid to see Duchess about fathers health

The Duchess of Sussexs half-sister Samantha Markle was today hit by a barrage of criticism as she took part in a phone-in with members of the public.

Ms Markle, who arrived in London last week, said she was visiting Britain to make personal contact with the royal and hopefully move forward with peaceful resolve.   

Meghan Markles half-sister Samantha accused of being consumed with jealousy as she defends abusive tweets

The writer, who was not invited to the royal wedding, apologised to the royal family for having insulted Meghan on Twitter, saying: I wish things could be different.

While Harry and Meghan will be welcomed by their host countries abroad, the Queen will be entertaining the Dutch royals back in the UK. Her Majesty has invited King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima to stay at Buckingham Palace from 23 to 24 October and, in keeping with tradition, a state banquet is expected to be held in their honour. Senior royal family members usually attend, donning their finest glad rags and jewels, which means fans will hopefully see the Duchess of Cambridge in a full-length gown and glittering tiara.

But 53-year-old Ms Markle was met with heavy criticism from callers to Jeremy Vines programme on Channel 5 today who said she had no relevance in the UK.

Firstly, on Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge will officially return to work following her six-month maternity leave. Fans can't wait to see Kate back on the royal circuit; she is due to visit the Sayers Croft Forest School in Paddington where she'll meet children who are taking part in green-fingered activities. Kate, who champions mental health especially in children, will learn about the positive impact the Forest School has on the youngers' emotional and physical wellbeing.

Samantha, who was not paid for the Jeremy Vine interview, said Meghan should have known better than to believe the lies

Next week, members of the royal family will gather to celebrate the second royal wedding of the year – Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's big day. The couple will say "I do" on Friday 12 October in Windsor with the Queen, Eugenie's parents Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York and others in attendance. It's set to be a star-studded affair; the Clooneys are rumoured to be attending, while Robbie Williams' daughter Teddy is reportedly a bridesmaid.

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