Samantha Markle Turned Away By Kensington Palace Security

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As we reported, Samantha Markle was denied entry when she showed up unannounced at Kensington Palace with a mysterious letter for her estranged sis.

As reports the edition Express, 53-year-old Samantha tried to get into Kensington Palace, which is now home to her younger sister. Always very talkative when it comes to attacking the Duchess of Sussex, Samantha had made a decision to go to London to confront Meghan Markle.

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

Instead, the former Suits star is exclusively focused on the duties that come with her new role as Duchess of Sussex, after officially becoming a member of the royal family when she married Prince Harry on May 19.

"The fact she was turned away speaks volumes", a source told The Mirror.

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"Everybody would love to know what's in that letter", Grant tweeted Sunday, alongside three emoji faces and a Mirror article that shows her outside the palace. "It was a sad sight".

Markle, who is Meghan's half-sister from their father's first marriage, has previously called the royal "cold" and fake.

She also denied that the photos taken right before the wedding were "not a photo scandal" and stated that he had been forced into doing them because the media had been portraying him "like a fat, nasty slob". That's clear! In the meantime, prince Harry is looking forward to having a child with Meghan Markle?

But in a recent interview with TV personality and journalist Jeremy Vine, Samantha apologized for her remarks over the past few months. I believe that you have it in your heart to do the right thing.

"I think everybody was hurt at not being included or invited to the wedding", she concluded.