Meghan Markle’s half-sister, Samantha Markle, has been accused of using the Duchess of Sussex’s fame to promote her book.

During her phone interview with radio host Kyle Sandilands, Samantha shared some details about her upcoming book and said that it will not solely revolve around Prince Harry’s wife. The multiple sclerosis patient told KIIS 106.5 that her book will include her personal experience in the entertainment industry.

However, Sandilands didn’t appear to be impressed by what she was told. She snapped at Samantha and sarcastically asked her why she didn’t call the book, “My boring life.” The radio host also wondered why Samantha had to bring Markle into the book and said that it may have to do with her marketing tactics.

“See you later, you sound like such a bore. I’m not interested,” the host said. “Don’t use your sister’s name to trick media organizations into pushing your [expletive] book,” Sandilands added.

The radio host ended his call to Samantha abruptly, and this left her stunned. Markle has not spoken to her sister in years and all of Samantha’s attempts to reach out to the “Suits” alum have failed.

Last year, there were even some reports claiming that Samantha has been placed in the fixated persons' list of the Scotland Yard because she is seen as a risk not only to Markle but to the entire royal family.

“You can’t protect someone like the Duchess of Sussex without knowing the background of her family. But someone like Samantha presents a risk rather than a threat,” a source told the Sunday Times.

However, Samantha has denied that report.

In related news, journalist Duncan Larcombe, the author of “Prince Harry: The Inside Story,” likened Markle’s family to the “Jerry Springer Show.” He accused Thomas Markle Sr., Thomas Markle Jr., and Samantha of reducing the commentary of the royal family and making it tacky.

Larcombe also praised Markle’s mom, Doria Ragland, for her quiet presence next to her daughter. Until today, the yoga instructor has maintained a dignified silence and has done everything right, according to the former royal editor.