Should she be allowed to do TV interviews about the duchess at all? ".There have been so many times I've said, in live interviews, favorable things but they were not printed".
"I don't know if it is an American thing and she comes from a showbiz life where that is very normal".
But now she has posted online to lash out at the media, who she claims "just regurgitate rumours" about her and her family, which are "a joke".
'I fear Meghan may not be made aware of these discrete attempts and therefore making this public is the only option we have left.
The Strictly Come Dancing contender said Meghan is a "great role model" and would have inspired her as a young girl.
Ms Markle added: "The public were making a mockery of the family and it had to stop".
More recently she has vented her fury, accusing the duchess on Twitter of hypocrisy and being cold and inhumane in her treatment of their father. "I don't care whether she is p***** off at me or not".
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Despite Ms Markle's apparent determination to see Meghan, her friends believe the Duchess will not see her half-sister.
"I was hoping that maybe we would have the chance to speak, that she would know I was here".
Hope, who works for Amnesty International, said she admires Meghan for speaking out on subjects she is passionate about.
"I think she is a great role model".
"I wanted to point out that it wasn't a function of family ignoring or disrespecting her, there was a lot going on, perhaps it was British royal protocol that you say nothing", Samantha said calmly. "And so when you take something as powerful as that, that goes around the world at lightning speed, larger than life, whether you say nothing or you say something it's nearly always twisted, we've experienced, for negative effect to sell publications".
Got that, guys? What Samantha really wants is privacy.
Despite everything, Samantha seemed pleased that Meghan has "found her prince".
"What I am driving at here, you have insulted Meghan so much, your sister, including blaming her for her father's death while he's still alive", Vine said. "Well, I'm thankful she is in very good hands", she said of Prince Harry.