From Tim Graham's photo library.
Last week, we thought Samantha Markle pushed things over the edge when she suggested that From Meghan Markle mother, Doria Ragland, he was secretly a father absent during Meghan's childhood. Seeing how close they seem to be, this did not seem to be the best way for Markle to put on the good side of her step-sister, something she said she wanted in a recent television interview. In that same interview, Markle talked about arriving at Buckingham Palace in an effort to reach his sister. And now it's clear that she did not stop there.
In photographs published by the Daily mail, Markle is seen trying to enter Kensington Palace, Prince Harry and Meghan's residence in London, with a letter to deliver to his sister. Like any other person who could appear without being invited outside the palace gates, she was rejected. And like any other tourist, Samantha bought a souvenir: the masks of Harry and Meghan. The view is as strange as it sounds.
Since Markle took responsibility for the photos on his father's scene, Thomas Markle, Before the royal wedding, it seems safe to assume that these paparazzi shots were not just a stroke of luck. Which brings us to another question: what the hell did I expect to get out of this, apart from another place in the news cycle? It is safe to say that he has a relationship with gossip sellers in the publishing world.
And another question: was this incident perfectly synchronized with Markle's decision to open his Twitter account Backup of protected to public? Starting last week, towards the beginning of Markle's trip to London, his Twitter was still closed, but now, he seems to want people to see exactly what he is doing. This includes disturbing anyone who cares about what, exactly, was in that letter.
To think that it's only been a week since Markle promised to end the drama in an interview with Jeremy Vine. "I would just say that there is so much water under the bridge and so much that it has gone out of control that it was never the intention," he said. "And you know, I think everyone felt hurt because they were not included or invited to the wedding, but I felt that everything could have been cut at once, if everyone had been included, and we all agreed to go ahead with a positive resolution." . "