MEGHAN Markle’s sister has vowed to end the rift between them as she apologised for “past misunderstandings”.
Samantha Markle said the announcement of the Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy has changed everything.
She told DailyMailTV: “I was literally jumping for joy in my wheelchair.
“I was kind of overwhelmed with emotion [when I heard] and I just thought, I’m letting everything go. It’s beautiful and I’m so excited for Harry too.”
She added that it was time for the family to come together for the sake of her future niece or nephew.
The 53-year-old said: “I want things to be alright in my family and everybody has to be on the same page.
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“I want that for the child but I want that for Meg too.”
Samantha has been one of the more outspoken members of the Markle family as she has made a number of attacks on Meghan and the Royal Family.
She has also apologised for the “asinine things” that she said and “past misunderstandings” as she was just looking out for her father Thomas.
Recently she was photographed trying to hand-deliver a letter to Kensington Palace that was meant to be a plea for the 37-year-old royal to fix her relationship with her dad.
Meghan and her father have not spoken since the Royal Wedding in May after he pulled out from attending after claiming to be in the hospital recovering from a heart attack.
Samantha also said that she still hopes Meghan and her father can work things out, but that it would have to be in their own time.
She told The Sun earlier this week: “I hope my dad is included and at a proper time. If he is excluded, I won’t be happy.
“It is in the best interests of the baby for my dad to be included.
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“A baby changes everything and softens everyone. I would only hope that there would be some adjustment or some way of including him.”
It comes one day after Thomas proudly told The Sun that Meghan would “make a great mum”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the official announcement on Monday as they touched down in Sydney at the start of a 16-day international tour around Australia, Fiji and Tonga.
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