Meghan's sister criticizes Duchess as "inhuman" & # 039; for his "cruel" treatment of his father

Samantha Markle (pictured), 53, described the new royal bride as

Meghan Markle has been branded "inhuman" by her stepsister in the dispute over the deal with the duchess's father, Thomas, who fears she will never see her daughter again.

Samantha Markle, 53, described the new royal bride as "greedy, arrogant, false humanitarian" and warned that "Harry is next" after Thomas Markle was supposedly suspended.

Meanwhile, Meghan's half brother, Tom Jr, who revealed he was devastated by missing the royal wedding, said it was "selfish" and "cruel" for the Duchess to turn her back on her father, reports the Mirror.

He arrived after the last explosive interview of Thomas Markle in which he revealed that he had put the phone on Prince Harry after the row about the images of the paparazzi.

He arrived after the last explosive interview of Thomas Markle (in the photo) in which he revealed that he had put the phone on Prince Harry after the row showed images of paparazzi.

He arrived after the last explosive interview of Thomas Markle (in the photo) in which he revealed that he had put the phone on Prince Harry after the row showed images of paparazzi.

Samantha Markle (left) described the stepsister Meghan as a "greedy, arrogant, false humanitarian" and warned that "Harry is next" after Thomas Markle (right) was supposed to be frozen

Markle, 74, did not attend the royal wedding after suffering a heart attack and said he had not spoken to the new Duchess of Sussex in months.

Last night, Samantha Markle described Meghan's diplomatic skills as "inhuman" & # 39; while attacking his half sister for 'freezing' to your father.

She said: "There would be no just reason for her not to want him in her life, since he was good enough to use it to make her all that she is."

Thomas Markle Jr said that Meghan was & # 39; abusing & # 39; of his father's love and that he called the behavior of the former actress & # 39; selfish, even cruel & # 39;

He said he had wanted to say a few words & # 39; at the royal wedding, saying that it was hurting & # 39; that he would not have been given the opportunity to deliver a speech.

The 51-year-old woman said: "It is heartbreaking to see how this has changed her and the devastation she has caused my family.

Thomas Markle Jr (pictured) has also criticized the new Duchess

Thomas Markle Jr (pictured) has also criticized the new Duchess

Harry and Meghan photographed together at the christening of Prince Louis

Harry and Meghan photographed together at the christening of Prince Louis

Thomas Markle Jr (left) also criticized Meghan (pictured with Prince Harry at Prince Louis' christening) in the midst of the dispute over his father

"Anyone who saw Meg when she was growing up knew that she and my father were inseparable." Now it seems as if they never speak again.

The former director of lighting, Mr. Markle, has also spoken of his fears that he will never see his daughter again.

He told The Sun: & # 39; I do not expect to see or hear it and it's fine.

& # 39; All he did was say things he wanted to say. I just want to reestablish the relationship with my daughter.

"Now I want to go on vacation somewhere and try to get some peace."

The 74-year-old Markle made world news in May when he retired from taking his daughter down the aisle days before her wedding in Windsor, blaming a heart attack.

His decision of surprise came a day after it was revealed that he had been conspiring with a paparazzi photographer to pose for photos on the scene.

Thomas Markle (photo in Mexico in March), 74, did not attend the royal wedding after suffering a heart attack and said he had not spoken to the new Duchess of Sussex in months

Thomas Markle (photo in Mexico in March), 74, did not attend the royal wedding after suffering a heart attack and said he had not spoken to the new Duchess of Sussex in months

Thomas Markle (photo in Mexico in March), 74, did not attend the royal wedding after suffering a heart attack and said he had not spoken to the new Duchess of Sussex in months

Although they had never met, Harry and Mr. Markle had enjoyed a series of "warm and spoken" phone conversations after Meghan had told her about her romance with the Royal.

Among other things, they discussed what to do when the news of the relationship became public, and Harry advised Mr. Markle to avoid the paparazzi at all costs.

Mr. Markle recalled: "Harry told me that I should never go to the press, that I would end up in tears." He said: "They will eat you alive." He was right.

After the scene images came to light, Harry and Meghan called Mr. Markle when he was in the hospital recovering from a heart attack. Mr. Markle said the Prince told him: "If you had listened to me, this would never have happened."

Mr. Markle said he told Harry: "Maybe it would be better for you if you were dead … then you could pretend to be sad." Then I hung up.

A month after the wedding he told Piers Morgan in Good Morning Britain that he had discussed the policy with Harry on the phone and claimed that the Prince was "open to Brexit."

Meghan appears with her half sister Samantha Markle, who has criticized her treatment of Thomas

Meghan appears with her half sister Samantha Markle, who has criticized her treatment of Thomas

Meghan appears with her half sister Samantha Markle, who has criticized her treatment of Thomas

Mr. Markle revealed that he had not spoken to his daughter since the May wedding and that he felt he had been "cut" as punishment for organizing the fake paparazzi photos.

Since then, she has claimed that her daughter seemed "terrified" in her new role as a full-time member of the royal family and that she wore a "sore smile".

Meghan's father also says he was worried that his daughter had read false reports that she faked her heart attack.

"I do not know if she believes it or why she would believe it, but it's crap, like a lot of what has been written about me," Markle said.

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