Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Kristi Paul

Meghan Markle's politics might be a problem for the royals

Meghan Markle's politics might be a problem for the royals

Meghan and Harry are expected to attend the ceremony inside St George's Chapel alongside royal family members including Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children, Prince George and Charlotte who are part of the bridal party.

One place you really can't show up without calling first is Kensington Palace.

Meghan Markle isn't letting half-sister Samantha Markle's recent stunt distract her from her royal duties.

According to The Sunday Mirror, the 53-year-old arrived at the gates of the palace with the aim to speak to Meghan in person, but was turned away by security.

"This is the closest Meghan has come physically to that side of her family since she married into the royal family but palace staff had clearly been instructed not to allow her access".

Moments later, Samantha was photographed at a souvenir stall buying novelty masks depicting Prince Harry and Meghan.

Samantha, 53, flew into the United Kingdom with the aim of confronting her half-sister but pictures appear to show her being met with a wall of silence after an embarrassing stand-off with palace security.

"Meghan loves her new role", the source says.

As mentioned earlier friends Meghan Markle, she does not want to "stoop to the meeting" with an older sister who constantly talks about her in public, nasty things, accusing them of hypocrisy, careerism, of callousness and disrespect to their father Thomas Markle.

While in the United Kingdom, she also sat down for an interview with TV personality and journalist Jeremy Vine where she discussed her view on the volatile situation.

"There is so much water under the bridge and so much has spun out of control that was never meant to", she explained.

"I just think that families can be this way when there's confusion and when people are hurt".

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