Samantha Markle has been stirring things up ever since her half sister Duchess Meghan entered the royal fold. And while she's said some hurtful things, no one has been too concerned as she lives in the US. Well, things are about to get interesting.
The 53-year-old is currently in Italy but her publicist confirmed that she is "coming to the UK this week, like it or not" and it's all to discuss their controversial father, Thomas Markle Sr.
Samantha's publicist Rob Cooper tweeted, "Samantha Markle is coming to the UK. After making numerous attempts in private to arrange a one on one meeting with The Duchess of Sussex to discuss their 74 year old father's health, Kensington Palace have refused to respond. I fear Meghan may not be made aware of these discreet attempts and therefore making this public is the only option we have left.
"I currently have Samantha in Europe with just one short flight away. This DOESN'T need to be public, we would prefer to keep this private. Samantha is coming to the UK this week, like it or not."
Yes, it seems very private putting it on Twitter.
The elder half-sister to the Duchess of Sussex has criticised everything from Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, to Meghan's coat of arms design.
She even took responsibility for the staged paparazzi photos before the royal wedding that catapulted her father to international infamy.
Samantha has taken to social media to slam Meghan for her "inhumane" treatment towards their father.
"There would be no just reason for her not to want him in her life, as he was good enough to use to make her everything she is," she wrote on Twitter.
"She should be grateful. Her diplomacy skills suck and are inhumane."
"If you treat your own father like this, Harry is next. Freezing people out is the best way of hiding the truth."
She's also labelled her half sister 'Cruella DeVil' and 'Duchess of Nonsense' all while promoting her autobiography, The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister.
WATCH: Samantha Markle talks about why she wasn't invited to the royal wedding.
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But seeing as Meghan and Harry are as loved up as ever with an Australia Commonwealth tour around the corner, we doubt any of the Markles will be nipping to Kensington Palace for tea any time soon.