Samantha Markle just referenced Anne Boleyn in a chilling warning to Meghan Markle

This is terrifying.

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This is terrifying.

It’s safe to say that Meghan Markle’s first year as royal has been rocky, with the 37-year-old marrying Prince Harry and becoming Duchess of Sussex just this year.

But the run-up and aftermath of Meghan’s royal wedding have been plagued by the Markle side of her family, with her estranged family members never missing an opportunity to bash the former Suits actress.

One estranged family member who keeps adding their voice to the crowd is Meghan’s half-sister Samantha Grant, choosing the royal baby’s due date as her book launch about Meghan and once even claiming that if their father died it would be the Duchess’ fault.

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Meghan's half-sister Samantha Grant
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This week, reports emerged that Meghan demanded air fresheners to be used in St George’s Chapel on the day of the royal wedding due to the ‘musty smell’, and unsurprisingly, Samantha took to Twitter to share her thoughts.

But instead of merely insulting the Duchess like usual, Samantha took a different approach, offering an eery warning about Anne Boleyn.

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‘When sis sees the ghost of Ann Boleyn walking the tower with her head in her hands, will she demand Ghosbusters?’, Samantha tweeted alongside a GIF go Bill Murray and his Ghostbusters cast members from the 1984 film.

While Samantha’s vicious comments aren’t surprising, they do counteract her statement that she would put everything behind her, for the sake of the royal baby.

‘It just makes everything that happened over the last year disappear,’ Samantha explained of the pregnancy last month. ‘I want Meghan to be happy and calm and have peace. Everybody needs to be positive.’


Jenny Proudfoot
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