Samantha Markle apologises to half-sister Meghan on British TV


After slamming Prince Harry on his birthday just a few weeks ago and calling Meghan “Cruella de Vil” among other bad names, Samantha Markle now wants to apologise for everything that’s happened. She travelled to England for that exact reason, she says, as she appears on British talk show Jeremy Vine. On the show, she talks about how much she regrets that things between her and her sister have deteriorated over the past year. She explains that she hopes they can move past this and that she has come to London in the hopes of speaking to Meghan. She said on the show: “I just think that families can be this way when there’s confusion and when people are hurt. So moving forward, I apologise, and I wish things could be different.”


Although Samantha does apologise, she also points the blame for the situation at Meghan and Harry. She said on the show: “So much has spun out of control that was never intended to. I think everybody was hurt at not being included or invited to the wedding, but I felt as though it could have all been nipped in the bud had everyone been included … and the hurt feelings wouldn’t have snowballed.” With ‘everyone’, she means Meghan’s family members, most of whom weren’t invited to the royal wedding.


When asked about all of the nasty things Samantha has said about her sister and Prince Harry, she claims that much of what was said in the tabloids was untrue. She also claims that the media have left out the “favourable things” she said about her sister, only wanting to focus on the negatives. Samantha hasn’t been able to get in touch with Meghan yet. She went to Buckingham Palace in the hopes to talk to her. That attempt was fruitless, though, since Meghan lives in Kensington Palace.

Watch the video with part of the interview on Jeremy Vine right here:

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