Sister Megan Markle refused to visit Kensington Palace

Meghan Markle received a very Meghan Markle gift while in Sussex yesterday

According to The Sunday Mirror, the 53-year-old arrived at the gates of the palace with the aim to speak to Meghan in person, but was turned away by security.

The move culminated in Samantha, who suffers from MS, handing over a note to Kensington Palace security before buying Royal merchandise. After many failed attempts at getting in touch with Meghan, Samantha made a decision to come to London to confront her about a few things on her mind.

"She fully hoped they would let her in, but she was turned away", a source told the Mirror.

As ET previously reported, Samantha has been very outspoken about her sister and their family after not receiving an invite to the royal wedding.

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In the interview with Good Morning Britain, the 74-year-old leaked details of private conversations with Meghan and Harry before telling USA press he felt "frozen out". Their father, Thomas Markle, was also absent when Meghan married Prince Harry at Windsor in May.

While the royal family might not be loving it, generation millennial certainly is! Thomas infamously sparked a media storm over staged paparazzi photos just days before his famous daughter and her husband, Prince Harry, tied the knot in May 2018. "I would just say that there is so much water under the bridge and so much has spun out of control that was never meant to", the 53-year-old said in part on The Jeremy Vine Show.

During that same trip to the UK, Samantha appeared on a local TV program and apologised to Meghan.

"I can't give the details of that but I really wanted the world and really my sister and the British Royal family to know what happened and know the truth about a lot of things".

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