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Samantha Markle shocked by her sister behaviour


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As Meghan Markle and Harry face heavy criticism following their Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Los Angeles cemetery, Samantha Markle, the actress’s half-sister, threw gasoline on the TalkRADIO microphone.

Criticized from all sides for holding a Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Los Angeles cemetery, Meghan Markle and Harry seem more isolated than ever. While Kate Middleton and William are insensitive to the controversy surrounding Sussex, Samantha Markle doesn’t hesitate to drive the nail in. Guest on Dan Wootton’s TalkRADIO show on Thursday, November 12, the actress’s half-sister, quoted by The Sun, said she was “shocked” by his behavior.

Samantha Markle, who criticizes in particular Prince Harry’s wife for not caring about the state of health of their father who could “die tomorrow”, does not mince her words. “I think the most important thing in Remembrance Day is not only to remember those who sacrificed their lives, but also to remember that life is precious and short and that we must be grateful. This, she says, is not at all the case for Meghan Markle, who saw Remembrance Day as “an opportunity for a photo opportunity”, which “shocked her a bit”.

An opportunistic and sad attitude

Meghan Markle’s older sister, who readily refers to her younger sister as a “manipulator”, believes that what some consider “a publicity stunt” was “very inappropriate”. “I thought it was not only opportunistic, but also sad that instead of paying tribute, there was a photo shoot. A sharp opinion shared by many Internet users. In the face of this outpouring of hatred, one of Harry’s friends wanted to prove his good faith.

“I don’t think he’s the kind of person who commemorates Remembrance Sunday for publicity purposes,” he explained in the Sun’s columns, recalling in passing the Duke of Sussex’s military past: “It’s not surprising that the military community is and always will be one of the most important things for the Duke, given that he was on the front line, served overseas, was in the military for ten years, [and] created the Invictus Games. Arguments which, it seems, have not convinced the Web.

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