Meghan Markle is “shameful” and a disgrace to her “family” name, according to the duchess’ half-sister, Samantha Markle.

On Sunday, the Duchess of Sussex will be turning 38. However, a family member left harsh words for the duchess days before her birthday. Samantha spoke with Daily Star Online. During the interview, she called Markle “shameful” and a “disgrace to the Markle family name.”

Samantha lambasted Markle for treating their father, Thomas Markle Sr., coldly. She said that she was surprised Markle did not catch fire when she walked into the church for Archie’s “faked” christening.

Samantha stressed that Markle ignored their father every holiday, on her wedding, after having two heart attacks and during Archie’s birth and christening. All of which she described as “disrespectful.”

Markle’s half-sibling also likened Archie’s christening to the “Beauty and the Beast” film. Archie is “beautiful” but the circumstances surrounding the christening including Markle’s “cold callousness and disregard to our family, especially out father, is the beast.”

Samantha added that she was sorry for Archie for having a mother like Markle.

“He will grow up to know how controlling she is and that she knowingly and willingly hurt higher family but more than that Archie’s grandfather who is incredible and should have been in his life,” Samantha said.

“She has been a disgrace to the Markle name. Our grandfather would disown meg if she were alive to witness Megs’ coldhearted treatment of this family.”

Samantha questioned Markle’s humanitarian effort due to her strained relationship with her family. She threw shades at Markle for championing women’s voices while ignoring her sister in a wheelchair. Samantha reportedly hoped that “Archie treats her [Markle] like she treated her dad.”

Samantha has attacked Markle several times since she dated Prince Harry. However, in the run-up of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding, she asked for forgiveness and begged for an invite.

“I hope now that she knows I was there. I should’ve really reached out more ... but I’m proud of her,” she told Mirror. “That’s her day. It’s her special moment. And I would love to be a part of it.”

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured attending a panel discussion convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on March 8, 2019 in London. Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images