Meghan Markle's half-sister defends doing Celebrity Big Brother!

When Meghan wore a £50,000 Ralph & Russo dress for her official engagement photos with Prince Harry, Samantha had something to say about it, considering their father is bankrupt and living in Mexico.

He had suffered a heart attack days before he was due to fly to the United Kingdom for the royal wedding and it's quite clear Samantha felt Meghan was responsible.

"I think it's really important that we stop building walls and we start building bridges", she said.

She basically said that she wasn't cashing in at all because she "works in the media" (?) and yeah, we don't buy it.

The half-sister of Meghan Markle, who married Britain's Prince Harry in May, hinted on Monday she might go on the British celebrity version of the Big Brother reality show.

Here are some of the most controversial things Samantha has said to date... "I believe in her heart that she would want that also".

She added: 'Hollywood has changed her. "I think her ambition is to become a princess".

Needless to say, it's not the 1930s anymore, but this story still reminds us of how hard it can be for American women entering the Royal Family.

"She doesn't even know how to communicate with her dad without knowing he won't exploit her", a source told US Weekly.

"For someone to say, "Oh you shouldn't take any money, you should turn down a paycheck", go tell your boss you don't want a paycheck for interviewing me because that's cashing in". Samantha Markle lashed out at her sibling for her "cold" behavior toward her father and said that if their father died, it was on her.

"Her father's comments have an effect on everything".

Samantha wrote on Twitter last week: "Act like a humanitarian, act like a woman".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met friends and family of the anti-apartheid campaigner who died in 2013, including his grand-daughter Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela.

Darlene Blount, 37, the fiancee of Thomas Markle Jr, was arrested in Grants Pass, Oregon, on Friday on a charge of assault in the fourth degree.

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