The half-sister of Meghan Markle, who married Britain's Prince Harry in May, hinted on Monday she might go on the British celebrity version of the Big Brother reality show. At a recent event, Meghan was told by the Queen's head stylist that Her Majesty would be wearing a hat, so Meghan was expected to do the same.
However, the source told Us Weekly that Meghan isn't concerned about Samantha because she has seen or really spoke to her half-sister since she was a child.
Overall, readers seemed to empathize with the duchess and wish her success in the future: "She has a lovely life". He also was reported to have suffered a heart attack, and he did not attend the wedding.More news: Fortnite’s in-game purchases have made Epic over $1 billion so far
In the interview, Markle said she is entitled to talk about her relatives - and that no one would turn down a paycheck.
"I think the fact that he has continually spoken, he is not respecting her wish that he just stays quiet, [and that] has probably upset her more than anything else and possibly made a reconciliation from Meghan's point of view nearly impossible now", Nicholl said.
"I think a lot of the public is concerned, like, 'Why are you utilizing public channels?'" Samantha commented.
If Meghan did go with a tux, it wouldn't be the first time she stepped out in a suit with Harry.More news: Irish 18-Year-Old Gets Chance To Impress Pep Guardiola
Police were called out to the 37-year-old's home - which she shares with Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Markle Jnr (51) - on Friday, 20 July in Oregon, USA.
She said her half-sister and her father had been texting for a while, "but all of that ceased, so I think he is very anxious".
The Duchess of Sussex, says the source, doesn't agree with the Queen's expectation that women wear dresses rather than pantsuits, and often asks Prince Harry to translate the other house rules. "This leech is certainly not a celebrity, and the Royal Family should put a stop to it if they can".More news: TIME cover morphs Donald Trump into Vladimir Putin
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