Meghan Markle’s half sister is NOT one to play with. She made that very clear this week following an interview with BBC Radio. The question, however is, what is she really after?
Following an appearance on Today, Samantha Grant went hard as a (you know what) over a comment Prince Harry made about the royal family being the kin Meghan “never had.”
Grant suggested via Twitter that Meghan actually “has a large family who were always there with her and for her. Our household was very normal and when dad and Doria divorced, we all made it so it was like she had two houses.”
She continued, “‘No one was estranged, she was just too busy. Read my book complete with facts and photos. Meg’s family (our family) is complete with sister, brother, aunts, uncles, cousins, and the glue of our family, our amazing completely self-sacrificing father. She always had this family,..Marrying merely extends it.”
Grant added, “She has a large family. She always did. Our dad is amazing and completely self sacrificing. We made it so that she had two houses. How fun it was!”
Going so hard, however, is a bit shocking considering the two have reportedly been completely estranged and do not have a relationship at all.
The Markle family has been getting a whole lotta buzz surrounding Meghan’s engagement to the Prince, including paparazzi swarming her Black mother’s home in Los Angeles.
But as the world yearns to learn more about Meghan’s upbringing, specifically, growing up in a Black neighborhood, it’s her white estranged sister who is trying to put out another narrative.
Meghan has been engaged for all of one month and already, Samantha is pushing her tell-all book, which chronicles her relationship with the soon to be royal sibling.
The news broke back in April about the book – so clearly, Samantha saw dollar signs early on. The two share the same White father and clearly, this half sister is looking for a nice pay day.
Check out this interview from back in November.
Markle, meanwhile, made headlines earlier this week after becoming the first fiancée to join the Royal Family for their traditional Christmas Day Church service.