Prince Harry Had A Birthday But Not Everyone Was Happy
Samantha Markle didn't seem to want him to have a happy day at all.
It was Prince Harry's 34th Birthday on the weekend and oh all the lovely messages he received from fans and family were heart warming.
All except one.
His sister in law Samantha Markle's was, let's just say, not so lovely.
Yup. Girl's got beef.
In a tweet sent from her private account, Samantha had a go at Prince Harry, for not wishing Meghan's dad, Thomas Markle, a happy birthday in July.
"Happy Birthday Harry!" Samantha wrote. "As you 'mack down' on your birthday cake, think about the birthday wishes you never extended to your father-in-law."
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This isn't the first time she's gone the royal couple recently -- in July she tweeted (again from her private account, which has the message "in the Shadows of the Duchess" as its cover image) when the pair visited the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London. Again, this was for not paying enough attention to Thomas.
“How about you pay tribute to your own father?! Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian act like a woman! If our father dies I’m holding you responsible, Meg! @KensingtonRoyal," she tweeted at the time.
This came as she also spoke to Good Morning Britain about the rift between Harry, Meghan and Thomas Markle. The saga never ends, it seems.
She did say on the TV show that she regretted the tweet "to a degree" and tried to explain why she'd gone there in the first place: “I felt as though if something were to happen to him, and he passed away, I don't think any of us could live with the fact that he died unhappy and there was not closure. I believe in her heart that she would want that also.”
Luckily for Harry the other messages of support for his birthday were joyful. They included this lovely video, posted by royal commentator Omid Scobie. of Haz boogying to Firework by Katy Perry. Blissful.
And Harry was delighted to get all (but one) of the messages he received from well-wishers. Kensington Palace posted a thank you note on Instagram, and all we can say is, take that Samantha Markle.
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