Meghan Markle’s estranged sister Samantha makes desperate plea to Duchess – ‘END feud’

Samantha has once again tried to reach out to the Duchess of Sussex but has asked Meghan to help bring the family together. Speaking to Daily Mail TV, Samantha insisted that she was delighted by the arrival of the Meghan and Prince Harry’s child but asked Meghan to repair the rift in the family. Samantha also insisted that Meghan must reconnect with their father Thomas as “life is too short”.

Commenting following the birth of Meghan son, Samantha said: “I would really like to see everyone reach out.

“We’ve extended the olive branch and now it is Meghan’s turn.”

After weeks of anticipation, Meghan finally gave birth to her child in the early hours of Monday morning much to the excitement of fans around the world.

The royal baby is now the seventh in line to the throne and Samantha hopes that the birth of the newborn will help repair the fractured family.

Samantha added: “Well I love it. Family is family.

“I think it’s a great moment historically although the adults have a lot of water under the bridge.”

The two sisters have not spoken since 2008 but Samantha has insisted that she hopes to be a part of the newborn’s life.

While congratulating her sister, Samantha also insisted that the baby is as much a Windsor as a Ragland.

She added: “We’re all welcoming the baby – Markles, Raglands, Sussexes, Windsors.

“In terms of the gene pool, we’ve all made a contribution to this wonderful little boy who will probably grow up to be an exceptional man and we’d like to treat this as if we’re all a big family.

“It would be nice not to react to what we’ve heard in the news but to personally meet him and let him judge us for himself.

“I want him to know he’s got a big family and he’s part of an amazing historical time and we’re all excited for him.

“We’re excited for Meg and Harry – I am really excited for her.

“I love her, she’s my baby sister and it doesn’t matter what we’ve all said back and forth but she’s got to do the right thing.”

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