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Samantha Markle says half-sister Meghan "doesn’t have a heart" in an explosive new documentary.
Channel 5 will air the first interview with Samantha since the bombshell revelation of Meghan’s letter to their father Thomas.
‘Meghan and the Markles: A Family at War’ will explore why none of the Duchess of Sussex’s relatives, aside from her mother, were present at her wedding to Prince Harry .
Samantha explains why she has launched a series of attacks on Meghan’s behaviour and answers critics who have accused her of being motivated by resentment and jealousy.
She is also given an opportunity to respond to Meghan’s letter, in which she said her father had a broken heart.
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Samantha says: "She doesn’t have a heart or she would have been doing everything she could to make him comfortable and reciprocate and be loving and gracious and make sure he’s comfortable in his old age.
"So broken heart? No, his heart is broken. She can’t turn herself into the victim here."
The American goes into a few scathing rants about her half-sister in her signature no-nonsense style.
Samantha, who has been one of Meghan’s biggest critics, speaks from her US home about her half-sister’s letter to their dad.
"That letter was strategic. It was so eloquently written and contrived. She was basically saying my dad had been a liar, that I was a liar.
Defending her father Thomas, she adds: "He has text messages on his phone galore. This is a no brainier. The evidence all says she was not contacting him. So it doesn’t matter what her letter says."
She reveals how the two gradually lost contact as Meghan pursued her dream of Hollywood stardom.
Samantha says: "There are a lifespan of pictures and experiences together so maybe it’s convenient for her that in her mind she doesn’t know us because she doesn’t want to because she want centre stage."
On why she spoke out against her sister, Samantha says: "I wasn’t maliciously lying. I was pointing out what the world was already seeing.
"I pointed out that humanitarians don’t treat their father coldly. Was that a lie? No, because the world watched it happen to my dad and the world watched her do it."
Other interviewees include Meghan’s unofficial biographer Andrew Morton, who explains how other relatives have heaped embarrassment upon her: from her half-brother, Tom Jnr, who has been arrested for drink driving, to her marijuana-farming nephew, Tyler, who has produced a new strain of the drug called ‘Markle Sparkle’.
The documentary also includes interviews with Royal correspondents Andrew Morton and Phil Dampier as well as psychologist Jo Hemmings.
*Meghan and the Markles: A Family at War airs on Channel 5 on Friday 1 March at 9pm
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