Samantha Markle attacks Meghan's mum Doria in latest rant


The Duchess of Sussex's role will be different from previous visits made by royals, as she will be fronting two solo engagements, a contrast to Kate Middleton's less hands-on approach in the months after she married Prince William.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 21-room love nest is finally ready for their move-in.

Fresh off a TV appearance in which she begged for Meghan's forgiveness, Samantha Markle has kicked off yet another Twitter rant condemning her half-sister's mother.

Upon hearing the compliment, the star smiled, and as Meghan assured her she would, the Duchess added: "We have that [love] in common, don't we!"

It was in sharp contradiction to Samantha's comments earlier this week when she appeared on the Jeremy Vine show to apologise to Meghan.

"There is a long history of the friendship between the royal family and Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand and their links with the United Kingdom extensive", Harry and Meghan's private secretary Sam Cohen said. "His Royal Dogness, Guy the Beagle: The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle's Rescue Dog" will tell the story of Guy's rescue in Kentucky and his finding acceptance in the royal family.

"Dad pretty much raised her most of her life on his own and Doria was not around very much", she said, claiming that Thomas was the one who actually raised Prince Harry's wife. Family issues like this exist because one member of the family ghosted both sides and her best friend of 30 years.

Nikki was Meghan's maid of honor during her first wedding to her ex Trevor Engelson. Up until now she felt the best way to handle Samantha was to ignore her, but it's much harder to do when she attacks her mom. But everything that you think you know from the tabloids is a lie.

"Ooh, thank you!" Lydia replied, giggling.

On October 19, the Duke and Duchess will head back to Sydney to visit Bondi Beach before the Duke will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney.