Samantha Markle is the half-sister in law of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, but there isn’t much of a sense of family between the two of them. Despite not having as many revelations as anticipated, the highly anticipated Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan has generated enough buzz to elicit responses from those engaged in the royal affair.
Due to their 16-year age difference and claimed absence of communication for more than ten years, Samantha and Meghan did not spend much time together as children. Samantha spoke to the media about her half-sister, referring to her as “Princess Pushy,” when Meghan became engaged to Prince Harry. Samantha Markle criticized Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry for what she claimed was their response to the South Park grilling.
The 58-year-old discussed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s response to the spoof in an interview with Dan Wootton on GB News, saying that “It’s a cartoon!”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were referred to as the “dumb Prince” and “stupid wife” in the most recent edition of the show, “The Global Privacy Tour.”
Samantha stated that the couple “can’t claim copyright on likenesses” and that they don’t even like anything that has any resemblance to them.
I’m sorry, I never heard that God died and they became God, she continued. “[And] all of a sudden, [they] had copyright on everything comedic.”
This comes after a source informed Spectator that Meghan is “annoyed” by South Park and that the Suits alum was “upset and overwhelmed” by a recent episode of the popular animated series.
Samantha is suing Meghan right now because of something she said in her infamous Oprah Winfrey interview.
Samantha’s private life is allegedly violated by Meghan through “defamation, libel, and slander” and even a “breach of privacy,” according to the lawsuit.