Prince Harry ‘doesn’t believe a word out of Samantha’s mouth’ as Meghan awaits new book

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Meghan Markle is said to be feeling “sick to her stomach” over the book being written by her estranged half-sister which is expected to be published this weekend. Meghan’s half-sister Samantha Markle has written a book called ‘The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1’. The 328-page long memoir is set to be released on January 17.

Although the 56-year-old promised the book wouldn’t be a “slamming tell-all story”.

But added that the Duchess of Sussex may not be “comfortable” with some of the content of it.

Meghan’s half-sister Samantha, speaking to The Sun said: “I don’t know if she will be comfortable with it.

“Some things she will and some things she won’t.

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“It’s fair and balanced.

“Naturally, some things she will like and some things she won’t.

“Truth is stranger than fiction, and I have predicated myself on the truth.”

A source told the In Touch media outlet, that Meghan “won’t act bothered or upset about the book in public”.

The source also said that Prince Harry is, “totally supporting Meghan and doesn’t believe a word that comes out of Samantha’s mouth”.

The Duchess of Sussex and Samantha Markle are related through their father, Thomas Markle Sr.

Samantha has made her thoughts about her half-sister public before.

In November 2016, she said her half-sister was a “social climber.”

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In April 2018 Samantha was angry that Meghan did not invite any of the Markle family to her wedding.

She wrote on Twitter, “Out of respect and humanitarianism, the Markles should be invited if 2,000 complete strangers are.

“Our uncle, brother, me, best friend of 30 years, nephews.

“Our issue is not a matter of closeness.

“Family is family.”

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