All that public chatter about Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, has been one-sided. Up until now, that is. Meghan spoke publicly about her half-sister Samantha Markle for the first time in a long time in her and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex’s Netflix series, “Harry & Meghan,” marking the first time she’s formerly addressed all the interviews her half-sister gives about her.
Meghan claimed in Episode 3 that she was surprised to see Samantha start talking about her so publicly, as she hadn’t even seen her since she was in her early 20s. “Suddenly, it felt like she was everywhere,” Meghan said as she reminisced about the last time they saw each other, which she claimed only lasted about a day and a half. Meghan denied ever having a close relationship with Samantha, telling her through the screen, “I don’t know your middle name. I don’t know your birthday. You’re telling these people you raised me, and you coined me Princess Pushy?” Meghan also denied ever falling out with Samantha because they were never close enough to begin with, adding, “We didn’t have a closeness to be able to have that. And I wanted a sister!”
Meghan’s clap back goes against much of what Samantha has claimed in interviews over the years and in her 2021 book, “The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister: A Memoir Part 1,” in which she claimed the Meghan is totally different today than when she knew her.