Meghan Markle's sister Samantha turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving unannounced

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

According to the Daily Mail, Samantha allegedly flew across the pond to confront Meghan in person, showing up to Kensington Palace's gates with the intent to speak with her sibling.

The confrontation came on a recent trip to the United Kingdom by Samantha Markle which she reportedly made in order to confront Meghan.

Likewise, a source tells ET that on Oct 1st Samantha and boyfriend Mark Phillips were seen outside Kensington Palace.

Miss Markle was photographed trying on a mask with the face of Prince Harry after bystanders said she refuse to leave the area.

Samantha, who is confined to a wheelchair due to multiple sclerosis, was accompanied by her partner.

While no outlets or fans have publicly speculated or reported as to what the letter states, Samantha has been very public about her disdain for the newly appointed Duchess of Sussex, and demanding a meeting with her after being snubbed from the royal wedding in May. The 53-year-old became locked in a "stand off" with palace guards, before eventually handed over a note to an officer. "It was a sad sight".

Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha, has been royally denied.

Since her visit, Markle has posted a series of tweets about the trip to London, including a reference to her palace visit.

During her time in the U.K., Samantha took the opportunity to further the conversation about her sister squabbles in TV interviews, including an impassioned sit-down with journalist, Jeremy Vine, where she went into detail about their volatile situation.

Grant said she was hurt that some in the family weren't invited to the wedding (their father, Thomas Markle was, though he couldn't make it because of health concerns).

She also made comments about being followed by paparazzi while in the UK.



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