Meghan Markle's half-sister and vocal critic, Samantha Markle took to Twitter to slam the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after they released their official Christmas last weekend.
Samantha's biggest problem with the card, it seems is not what it says, but how it is said and the image itself.
The image used for the card was from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding night that had never been released before. It shows the couple from behind them, embracing each other and looking at fireworks. The image is in black and white.
This image seems to have irked Samantha enough to go on a Twitter rant against her half-sister.
Kensington Palace's official handles put the card out Christmas and the 53-year-old made it a point to share her thoughts with the world. "Interesting that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have their backs turned,"
"Is this towards the world or just the Ragland and Markle family? It's a bit sad. Face the Christmas spirit."
This is not the first time that Samantha has been vocal about criticising the Duchess. She has even gone so far as to speak of Megan Markle's mother Doria Ragland, in Tweets before. Eonline reports that the former actress, however, is incredibly close with her mother.
Samantha Markle went on to Tweet about the royals through the weekend, she went on to write more about the card, "it's incredibly rude to turn your back in a Christmas photo that is meant to share warmth and good wishes with the world. Those. that criticize me for pointing out the truth, need to get that brown stuff off their noses. I hear the worlds smallest violin playing."
She did not stop with the taunting through the weekend, sticking to the topic, "turn your backs to people on a Christmas card is rude," she reiterated. "if you want to be private you don't do it on a Christmas card but the world sees. That's like saying merry Christmas look at my butt."
Samantha's negativity towards Meghan Markle is not exactly new. In October this year, the report notes that she flew to London and made an attempt to get into Kensington Palace to deliver a letter to the Duchess, but she was reportedly turned away by security.
"I've always wanted to see London, but really I wanted to make the trip and sort of speak the wishes and thoughts and sentiments of my father, and hopefully get a message to my sister."
"I was hoping maybe we would have the chance to speak—that she would know I was here. But I don't think that's going to happen."