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Samantha Markle put her money where her mouth is on Saturday morning.

Or, to be more accurate, Samantha Markle put her wheelchair where her Twitter account has been.

What we’re trying to is this:

The awful half-sister of Meghan Markle actually tried to see the Duchess of Sussex at Kensington Place over the weekend.

According to The Daily Mirror, which has even published photos of Samantha at the gates of this famous residence, Markle’s evil sibling made good on her threat to try and see the Royal Beauty early yesterday.

Samantha – who suffers from multiple sclerosis – was pushed by her partner in a wheelchair through an open gate.

British news outlets have sincereported that she got into a verbal “stand-off” with an officer guarding a security checkpoint and was turned away.

Finally convinced she would not make it through, Samantha handed a guard a white envelope and then left.

“Everybody would love to know what’s in that letter,” Samantha tweeted on Sunday.

Samantha, of course, is 17 years old than Meghan.

They share the same father, but never shared a household growing up.

They barely really know each other.

Yet this lack of a relationship hasn’t stopped Samantha from publicly disparaging and harassing Meghan, almost since the moment Meghan started dating Prince Harry.

On endless irritating, cruel and self-serving occasions, Samantha has fired off Tweets or given interviews in which she accused Meghan of being a phony… a hypocrite… a spoiled brat… and even a dog killer.

But whatever.

Meghan has almost entirely maintained the high ground and never responded to her half-sister ridiculous rants.

One must wonder whether this will change now that Samantha dared to actually get into the Palace. That’s scared territory.

“This was a huge move on the part of Meghan’s sister to try to see her face to face and the fact she was turned away speaks volumes,” …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

      

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