The 54-year-old mother of three said she believed the Duchess of Sussex who had deliberately made it possible for her to advance her television career by using people as “springboards” and that once that she was famous, she had cut her family and friends.
Speaking to Daily Star Online, Samantha said that Meghan only spoke to their mom, Doria Raglans of the family.
The 38-year-old Duchess, along with 35-year-old husband Prince Harry, made the decision to become “financially independent” in January and have since ceased their royal functions.
Meghan, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, made the controversial decision to leave the royal family in January to live “financially independent”.
They became the first members of the royal family since King Edward VII to renounce their royal highness titles, and Samantha claimed that Meghan had become “thug” after marrying the family.
She continued to call her sister for turning her back on her family.
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Samantha said, “There was no excuse for changing like that because no one had hurt her, it was just selfish and self-preserving and it seems like she was a squirrel gathering nuts for the winter .
“As soon as she got in touch with Harry, she decided to close the hatches because she feared that people would ask her for her resources or her money, which is crazy – nobody wanted anything from her. “
She then accused Meghan of using people to continue her television career, after landing the role in Suits which made her famous.
Samantha continued, “She seems to be like that with everyone using people as springboards and objectifying them for a goal. I think there is a long line of people who can testify.
“My father didn’t deserve it, there was no reciprocity, no gratitude and then she took all the credit and glory for herself rather than being grateful for everything. “
Samantha added, “She has traded long-term friends for springboards since she got the Suits concert.
“She was busy working, then the ghost family when she met Harry. Soho changed it. “
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