Samantha Markle reacts to Meghan's letter, brands her a 'narcissist'

It appears the 'Markle Debacle' has well and truly kicked off for round two.

It all started when five of Meghan Markle's friends sat down for a series of anonymous interviews where they mentioned a five-page letter she wrote to her father, Thomas Markle Sr.

The man himself then handed said letter to The Mail on Sunday to publish, revealing that the Duchess of Sussex had begged him to stop exploiting their relationship in the press (a plea he has obviously ignored).

In the letter, Meghan also labelled her half-sister Samantha Markle as Thomas' "other daughter" and someone who she "barely knows", which has now prompted Samantha to retaliate.

Samantha Markle responds to Meghan's letter

"Some narcissists were 'only children', others... wish they were," she said on Twitter, replying to a post about Meghan.

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The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pale pink dress and jacket from Brandon Maxwell, visits her first visit as Patron to the National Theatre in London on January 30, 2019,
The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pale pink dress and jacket from Brandon Maxwell, visits her first visit as Patron to the National Theatre in London on January 30, 2019,
The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pale pink dress and jacket from Brandon Maxwell, visits her first visit as Patron to the National Theatre in London on January 30, 2019,
The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pale pink dress and jacket from Brandon Maxwell, visits her first visit as Patron to the National Theatre in London on January 30, 2019,
The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pale pink dress and jacket from Brandon Maxwell, visits her first visit as Patron to the National Theatre in London on January 30, 2019,
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex joins a workshop with members of the Pericles Company, which was the National Theatre's first public Acts production in 2018, during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex joins a workshop with members of the Pericles Company, which was the National Theatre's first public Acts production in 2018, during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex (right) during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the National Theatre in London, her first since becoming its patron.
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Her response also came with a plug for her upcoming book, In the Shadows of The Duchess, which is reportedly set to be released around the same time as the due date of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby – how convenient.

However, Samantha's attack on her half sister didn't end there, as she labelled Meghan's letter totally "fake".

"She can write all the fake, contrived letters she wants to show off her penmanship but that's all it is," the 54-year-old posted.

"Nobody lied about her, she lied about everyone and there's plenty of proof out there in the world has seen her ghost everyone, this little letter does not fix what the world witnessed."

Friends 'worried' about Meghan and her baby

Last week, five unnamed people from Meghan's inner-circle opened up, wanting to "speak the truth" about the 37-year-old, after months of negative press and attacks on social media.

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Seven year old Aziah Selassie waits to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the royal couple visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talk to with Iestyn Jones and Sarah Lucey during a visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were presented with boxing gloves during a visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex line up for a photograph during a visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duke of Sussex during his visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duchess of Sussex during her visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
Seven year old Aziah Selassie meets the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the royal couple visit to the charity Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, which uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
The Duchess of Sussex helps put together food parcels to go in the charity outreach van and prepares personalised messages on fruit in the charity kitchen during her visit to One25, a charity specialising in helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex speak with with staff and volunteers inside the One25 charity outreach van during their visit to One25, a charity specialising in helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.
Messages written on fruit by the Duchess of Sussex when she was helping to prepare food parcels to go in the charity outreach van during her visit to One25, a charity specialising in helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, UK. (Photo by DPPA/Sipa USA)
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, UK. (Photo by DPPA/Sipa USA)
Bristol Old Vic during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, UK. (Photo by DPPA/Sipa USA)
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, UK. (Photo by DPPA/Sipa USA)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave following a visit to Empire Fighting Chance in Easton, Bristol, where the charity uses boxing to support children failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime.
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, UK. (Photo by DPPA/Sipa USA)
Bristol Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry leaving Bristol Old Vic in Bristol, England. ( PPE/Nieboer /Sipa USA)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with with Artistic Director Tom Morris, (right) during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with with Artistic Director Tom Morris, (right) during a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duchess of Sussex arrives for a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duchess of Sussex arrives for a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duchess of Sussex arrives for a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive for a visit to the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration.
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In a series of interviews with PEOPLE magazine, they revealed their concern for the Duchess of Sussex and want to "stand up against the global bullying we are seeing."

"Meg has silently sat back and endured the lies and untruths," one former co-star said.

They also expressed their concerns for Meghan and her unborn baby.

"We worry about what this is doing to her and the baby," the source continued. "It's wrong to put anyone under this level of emotional trauma, let alone when they're pregnant."

- This article first appeared on Yahoo
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