According to Fox News, Meghan Markle’s half-sister, Samantha, has condemned her in every negative aspect dissecting her career, decisions, and nature of the relationship with their father, Thomas in the wake of “Megxit.A
Adding to Thomas’s complaints: Samantha
In a recent interview, Samantha spoke on Newstalk ZB in New Zealand jabbing the Duchess of Sussex in her estrangement from Thomas, saying she owes apology to her father because he’s given her “an amazing life.”
“When people ask us questions we answer honestly … we’re not going to candy-coat the truth, she has treated people horribly. He shouldn’t have to go through this and grovel.”
She added, “Screw her reputation, she needs to be an adult and do the right thing. Parents don’t expect to be paid back but they expect a little bit of gratitude… without him, she would be a waitress at best. She’s an absolute sociopath if she doesn’t humble herself to do the right thing.”
The Aggregated Face-loss
Speaking on the royal couple’s independent exit, she continued,
“I was a little bit surprised that they would step down. I was hoping they would have the tenacity to stick it out or change what they were doing wrong that created so much public controversy. I thought they would own up to the package that they signed up for. In all fairness and honesty, I think she has demonstrated no concern for our family and the royals. I’m not going to be the first one sitting in the back of the classroom saying, ‘Oh, pick me. I’m going to defend her’ … she’s an adult. She made choices. Harry made choices and those choices had deleterious consequences for our family, for the royals and for so many charities.”
She seemed least bothered about her half-sister’s well-being, continuing, “It’s not all about her. How about whether or not it’s easier for everybody else? For the royals and for our family and for other people in the world who relied on her and who relied on them?”
Regardless of Meghan’s pity: Pretention!
Samantha slammed Meghan’s comments about the perils of public life from an ITV documentary titled “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey”, interpreting, “It is not about her feelings. Just like when she took the opportunity at the end of that documentary about starvation in Africa to say, ‘Oh, I’m glad somebody’s worried about me. My life as a royal is not easy. You don’t do that when you’re talking about starvation. You don’t do that on the world stage. Really? It’s kind of like poor pitiful her. No, I’m not too worried about her. I think she’s done a lot of damage to a lot of people and I think she needs to own up to it and be accountable. Be gracious, be a lady and be a humanitarian. And make things better and apologize.”
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