Samantha Markle keeps taking digs at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!
Meghan's brood, including her estranged half-sister, Samantha Markle, her father, Thomas Markle, and half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr., are all sitting down for their "last ever interview," where they didn't hold back at the former actress, 41.
In the video clip, Samantha said, “They’re really unhealthy for each other. It’s a toxic relationship."
“WORLD EXCLUSIVE: This Sunday on @7NewsSpotlight - Meghan Markle as you’ve never seen her before," TV personality Taylor Auerbach wrote on social media. “For the first time, the Markles unite with an extraordinary message on the eve of King Charles III’s coronation. These hidden tapes will stun the world! Only on @Channel7."
Elsewhere in the interview, Thomas Jr. said, “We’re not going to go away. This is going to change everything.”
However, Thomas has a different approach and seemingly begs his daughter to reconsider their relationship. “How can I fix this?” he asked.
This is hardly the first time Samantha has bad mouthed her sister.
After her 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on CBS, Meghan was candid about the family drama.
“I grieve a lot. I mean, I’ve lost my father. I lost a baby. I nearly lost my name. I mean, there’s the loss of identity," she said.
“I grew up as an only child, which everyone who grew up around me knows, and I wished I had siblings. I would have loved to have had siblings,” she said, adding that she hadn't spoken to Samantha in “at least 18, 19 years.”
"[She] changed her last name back to Markle in her early 50s … only when I started dating Harry. So, I think that says enough," she added.
Samantha then filed a lawsuit against Meghan, accusing her of lying about her and their father so they “could not interfere with or contradict the false narrative and fairytale life story [she] concocted.”
Samantha sued for "actual damages in the form of lost employment, lost income from sales of her autobiography, emotional and mental distress, including anxiety and fear due to the threatening and violent emails and messages she receives regularly, and harm to her reputation and credibility," court documents read.