Meghan’s half-siblings blast Netflix doc as Harry said she ‘doesn’t have father’

The half-siblings of controversial royal Meghan Markle have slammed her after husband Prince Harry said she “doesn't have a father” in the much-talked-about Netflix documentary series.

The first volume of the self-titled Harry and Meghan deep-dive was released yesterday, and it contained their takes on relationships with the Royal family, and their own family.

In it, Meghan spoke about her relationship with her father Thomas, and claimed she no longer one.

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The pair have had a very strained relationship for years, which often plays out with Mr Markle pleading with her to speak to him via media interviews.

And now, speaking to TalkTV, Meghan's half-siblings Samantha and Thomas Jr have slammed their half-sister for the comments made via her husband.

Mr Markle Jr said: “She had a Father before this and now she doesn't have a Father – and I shouldered that.

“I think it's horrible.

“The documentary is so far off on so many different levels, it's really a little bit disturbing.

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“Saying that she doesn't have a family and she doesn't have a Father, and Harry saying that she has no Father now, that's just ridiculous.

“She just basically brushed the entire family under the carpet like we don't exist, and then lied about not having a family, and lied about she doesn't have a family that she's always wanted.

“We've always been here.”

And sister Samantha explained that she didn't want their father to watch the series, mainly because of on-going health issues.

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She told GB News: “'He's been through so much — two heart attacks and a stroke — and she enabled this, watched it, did nothing about it, and for Harry to say something like that is egregious.”

Mr Markle Jr shed some light on how the family plan to tell their own side of the story, and it will involve watching another documentary as they're currently producing their own.

It is set to come out next year, although no word has been given on what platform the show will be shown on.

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