Meghan Markle's sister asks Prince Harry to 'man up' but falls flat on her face
She tweeted that Harry wasn't doing enough to make Meghan invite members of her family to the royal wedding, but fans were not having any of it
Meghan Markle's sister Samantha Markle cannot seem to get enough of Prince Harry and Meghan. Samantha took to Twitter in order to express her disappointment with Prince Harry who she thought was not man enough to ask Meghan to call her family.
"It’s time to “man up” @HRHHenryWindsor “Shout outs” about humanitarianism, don’t work when you are allowing Meg to ignore the Markles," she tweeted. It is s [sic] contradiction. Someone must point out that the “Emperor is not wearing any clothes."
While Samantha might have thought she would be able to connect with Prince Harry with the help of social media, little did she pay attention to the fact that she was tweeting to a fake account.
None of the Royal family members have a social media account and even the Kensington Palace has confirmed that Prince Harry does not have an account. As for the account that Samantha tweeted for, the account only has 28,300 followers and in the bio, it reads, "fifth in line to the throne".
Even though the account may not be real, fans of Prince Harry and Meghan were there to the rescue. Many commented on how Samantha had got it all wrong because Harry has always been supportive of Meghan. "Sorry, Harry is 'allowing' Meg to ignore the Markles? What decade do you live in? I'm sure Meghan is her own woman and will contact you if she wants to," one comment read.
Another comment read, "What makes you think it’s Harry “allowing “ Meghan to forget the Markles? She has a mind of her own. Your making it seem she can’t think for herself. Meghan also has a say in everything, she isn’t submissive. They make choices together." Another pointed out how Samantha was not there in Meghan's life even when she got married to her first husband, Trevor Engelson but was trying hard to be present in the next one.
"HaHa!! You're so desperate! You weren't at her first wedding, why are you so thirsty about this wedding?" the comment read. Another pointed out how they would not have invited her looking back at how she has treated the family. "Honestly? If you were my family, after all, you've said, I wouldn't invite you to my wedding either. You can't actually expect an invitation, after all, that," wrote another.