Meghan Markle's sister slams her on social media for choosing 2,000 strangers over her family
All families have that pinch of drama that, from time to time, goes too far. It is not different for some members of the British Royal family.
Since the very first day Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their wedding, Samantha Markle, Meghan’s half-sister, has been using her Twitter account to share some negative comments about it.
According to Voice Meaww, one of the most recent topics Samantha addressed in one of her tweets was that the couple invited more than 2,500 members of the public (strangers) to the celebration and the Markles have not received their invitations yet.
‘Our uncle, brother, me, best friend of 30 years, nephews. At issue is not a matter of closeness. Family is family.’
Samantha Markle, Voice Meaww, April 12, 2018.
It was recently revealed that the ceremony, which will be held in Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018, will gather around 600 people. The following party will be attended by many more, including around 2,500 members of the public.
Since Meghan and her father, Thomas Markle, have not the best relationship, it is not clear if he will be walking her down the aisle. Thomas, 73, lives a quiet life in Mexico and was recently photographed reading about the British history while drinking coffee.
Meghan Markle's sister urges her to do the 'morally right thing' and invite the whole family to her wedding https://t.co/RQ5jdCYvG1— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) April 13, 2018
If Thomas doesn’t attend the wedding, Doria, Meghan’s mother, is very likely to be walking her daughter down the aisle in a ceremony that will be filled with unconventional details.
Samantha, whose Twitter account is blocked, used her social media account to emphasize that all members of her family are still waiting for the invitation.
When asked, Meghan didn’t say if she was inviting them or not. She just admitted that everyone was making arrangements and that it was not easy at all to organize such a ceremony.
Among the ‘strangers’ that will attend to the celebration after the ceremony, there will be 610 Windsor Castle community members and 530members of the royal households and Crown Estate.