Meghan Markle's sister Samantha turned away from Kensington Palace after arriving unannounced

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According to the Mirror, Samantha Markle had given palace officials an "ultimatum" in which she said she would show up to confront her sister if they did not arrange a meeting.

She then handed a letter to be delivered to the Duchess.

Meghan Markle has been a royal pro since her marriage to Prince Harry, but that doesn't mean it's been easy. Grant, who has multiple sclerosis, was in a wheelchair pushed by her friend. Thomas infamously sparked a media storm over staged paparazzi photos just days before his famous daughter and her husband, Prince Harry, tied the knot in May 2018.

According to British papers, she went to Kensington Palace but was turned away after getting into a verbal stand-off with the Palace guards.

"Everybody would love to know what's in that letter", Samantha tweeted on Sunday.

It was her first ever visit to London and our source says it left her feeling "emotional" as she started to understand just how popular and important the Royal family are in the UK.

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Samantha showed up to Kensington Palace uninvited earlier this month, and now a source tells ET how the Duchess of Sussex and the royal family are dealing with the situation.

She warned her behaviour would "escalate" if her attempts were ignored by the royal family.

However, as eyewitnesses told, she could pass a note to sister (if it came to the recipient, is unknown), the contents of which, of course, curious to many.

While in the United Kingdom, she also sat down for an interview with TV personality and journalist Jeremy Vine where she discussed her view on the volatile situation.

"I think we would be hurt but it's their prerogative and they would know that from a distance we're congratulating them and wishing them well".