Meghan Markle's sister Samantha claims she 'faked' Archie's christening
"I’m surprised the church did not catch fire when she walked into it.”
Meghan Markle's estranged half-sister has called her a "disgrace" to the family - as she accused the Duchess of Sussex of "faking" Archie's christening.
The Duchess of Sussex is due to celebrate her first birthday as a mum this weekend, as she turns 38 on August 4.
And in the lead up to her birthday, Samantha Markle has unleashed a rant against the "fake" Duchess of Sussex.
Branding her "callous", "shameful", and a "disgrace to the Markle family name", Samantha told Daily Star Online she “hopes Archie treats her [Meghan] like she treated her dad”, whom Meghan is rumoured to have cut ties following her wedding last May.
She also said that she thought Archie's christening in early July looked "faked", before adding: “I’m surprised the church did not catch fire when she [Meghan] walked into it.”
“For my sister to go into a church knowing what she has done to our father, ignoring him through every holiday, the wedding, two heart attacks the birth and the christening, is disrespectful.
“My father has been amazing to her and all the PR in the world will not make her actions right. I hope the guilt consumes her.
“Everything put out about my father has been lies in order to make her look better and to purposely leave out Archie's family because her ego won't allow her to admit that she was wrong.
“Everything about the christening look faked and photoshopped but more at issue is the fact that she has traded an entire family to be royal and shame on her.”
The 54-year-old added that she "feels sorry" for Meghan and Prince Harry's son, Archie, for "having a mother like that".
“He will grow up to know how controlling she is and that she knowingly and willingly hurt higher family but more than that Archie's grandfather who is incredible and should have been in his life.
“She has been a disgrace to the Markle name. Our grandfather would disown meg if she were alive to witness Megs' coldhearted treatment of this family.”