Meghan Markle’s half-sister ‘confirms’ she’ll appear in Celebrity Big Brother

Meghan Markle's half-sister demands $1,500 for interview about the Duchess

Olivia Munn Calls Out Meghan Markle's 'Really Crazy' Sister

Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Grant, has reportedly scored herself a spot on the British version of "Celebrity Big Brother" in what the Viacom-owned network Channel 5 is billing as "The Eye of The Storm".

However, when it was pressed upon her that the housemates would be asking about her royal-half sister, Samantha reportedly smiled and said: "Oh".

"The poor health story was his way of generating some compassion from the public, and taking the attention off those staged photos which were a complete embarrassment to Meghan and the royal family".

She said: "Shane Black used to date Samantha Markle, the really insane sister".

"I would only do it if I'm not being set up by a shock jock who wants to be rude and slam the phone down", she said, before adding that she worked in radio and is good with "comebacks". I think she's single, I think he's single.




Prior to Meghan's wedding to Harry, her family was at the centre of controversy after her dad Thomas Markle posed for staged paparazzi photographs.

The reason? Her career is too important for her to give it up for a prince. And maybe Samantha would calm down.

Since marrying into the royal family, the Duchess' every move has been scrutinised.

Thomas Markle wasn't able to be there for his daughter's wedding day.

The Duchess of Sussex, says the source, doesn't agree with the Queen's expectation that women wear dresses rather than pantsuits, and often asks Prince Harry to translate the other house rules. "The strategy at Kensington Palace, I understand, is, 'Say nothing, don't dignify these comments, these interviews, these articles with a response", Nicholl said. "I gave another interview to break the silence". Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.

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