'DUCHA--': Meghan Markle’s sister slams her for acting ‘fake’

Markle who is'bitterly upset for not attending their wedding in May wants to hug Meghan after private phone numbers to the newlyweds have been cut off

Markle who is'bitterly upset for not attending their wedding in May wants to hug Meghan after private phone numbers to the newlyweds have been cut off

Meghan Markle's charming sister, Samantha, has taken to comparing the Duchess of Sussex to Donald Trump.

She accused Meghan of "fake waves and smiles" in her most recent public tirade after it was revealed the Duchess of Sussex hadn't spoken to their father in months, reports The Sun.

Meghan's father Thomas Markle recently said he had heart surgery which is what motivated him to pull out of attending the royal wedding.

"I am not candy coating anything anymore!"

"The DUCHASS should be humane to our father who has given her everything", Samantha said on her Twitter page.

"He was the one who was always there for her. Fake waves and smiles can stop. The duchA- can bow to the daddy", Samantha continued the tweet, which she pinned to the top of her private Twitter account.

"She owes my father a lot of love and respect".

They watched the wedding together and hope to one day welcome Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, to Georgia.

Thomas has spoken out against the royals claiming that they were freezing him out of Meghan's life over his allegedly staged photos and his controversial interview with Piers Morgan.

Daniel shared that 'There's a small group of us that check in with her and see how she's doing, but she's still the same person'.

Two weeks later, the Duchess was again seen placing her hand on Harry's lower back at the Sentebale Polo match. I don't like the one I'm seeing now. I think she's under too much pressure.

Meghan Markle might be literal royalty now, but she's not using that as an excuse to unlearn her good ol' fashioned manners - like saying "please" and "thank you".

The trip will commence on October 16, 2018 from Australia and will continue till October 31, 2018, Kensington Palace said in a statement.

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