Meghan Markle's sister is turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving uninvited

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Meghan Markle has been a royal pro since her marriage to Prince Harry, but that doesn't mean it's been easy.

The royals' family drama has played out in great detail in the public after a series of explosive incidents stemming from Meghan's decision to ban family members (bar her mother) from her royal wedding back in May.

Deciding that she had nothing to wait, it is Saturday headed straight to Kensington Palace.

Markle, the estranged half-sister to the now Duchess of Sussex, was turned away by palace guards upon her arrival to the royal palace this past weekend, though she seems to have managed to securely deliver her sister a letter and she is confident that Meghan has read it.

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Hear more on Samantha and Meghan in the video below.

While it's not the norm for royals to show their affection for each other in public, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are the exception to this customary rule.

Needless to say, it wouldn't be surprising if Samantha did exactly the same.

According to The Sunday Mirror, the 53-year-old arrived at the gates of the palace with the aim to speak to Meghan in person, but was turned away by security.

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Since her visit, Markle has posted a series of tweets about the trip to London, including a reference to her palace visit. She made her way about the city in a wheelchair due to multiple sclerosis.

Samantha said that if she got the chance to speak to Meghan, she would tell her it's "water under the bridge" and recognize that their issues spiraled "out of control". "Dad only spoke out because he was being ignored and disregarded".

"I can't tell you what I wrote in the letter but I think I accomplished my goal and we'll just have to wait and see how it was received", Markle said in a satellite interview with DailyMailTV on Monday. "My sister and the Royals handled things wrong and everybody knows it".

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