Prince Harry was recently accused of starting Meghan Markle’s ongoing family feud.

During an interview with BBC Radio 4, Prince Harry was asked if Markle had to get used to new festive traditions as a member of the royal family. He said that his wife had been doing an amazing job and getting the support of the family she’s never had.

The remark did not sit well with Markle’s relatives at the time. During a recent interview with Channel 5’s new documentary, the Duchess of Sussex’s half-sister, Samantha Markle, said that she and her dad felt hurt by Prince Harry’s comments because it seemed as though Markle was embarrassed by them.

“The first thing I thought was I don’t think Harry has been given the full story. Something was not right though we weren’t the classic family together on schedule for every holiday, we were family,” Samantha said.

In “Meghan and the Markles: A Family at War,” the multiple sclerosis patient also said that she questioned why Markle would be embarrassed about her family and why she would need to set the stage differently. Samantha said that it felt like Markle refused to reach out to their family.

During the interview, Samantha also shared her thoughts on Markle’s expensive engagement shoot dress and said that she thought it was wrong of her to wear it given the fact that she has campaigned to help those in poverty. She also dished on the wedding snub and said that it was a decision made by Markle and Prince Harry deliberately.

As of late, Markle has not yet made amends with her family. But she has actually written a letter to her dad, Thomas Markle Sr. In the handwritten note, the “Suits” alum told the former lighting director that he broke her heart into a million pieces.

Thomas responded to the letter by saying that he thought his daughter would extend an olive branch but that was not what happened.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still at odds with Markle's family. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle walk through the walled public Andalusian Gardens which has exotic plants, flowers and fruit trees during a visit on February 25, 2019 in Rabat, Morocco. Getty Images/Facundo Arrizabalaga - Pool