Telling how Samantha hardly knew their half sister and didn't spend any time with her, he said: 'She was very jealous of Meghan from the very beginning and still to this very day'.
She then went on to explain that because the Cambridge children are higher up in line to the throne compared to baby Sussex, there's a chance they will be able to lead a more private life. "We put so much pressure on ourselves", she said. According to sources who spoke to the Daily Mail, Meghan has-to quote the outlet-"delivered an astonishing snub" (insert eye-roll here) to the queen's doctors and insists that she doesn't want "men in suits" to be in charge of her child's birth.
A spokesman for Kensington Palace, the couple's London residence, called the story "totally false".
Meghan, who grew up in California and is a long-time advocate of holistic treatments, was recently spotted visiting an upmarket boutique that offers homeopathic treatments for new mothers, the tabloid reported.
Everyone loves talking about Meghan Markle's penchant for "breaking royal protocol", and it looks like she might be back at it when it comes to the arrival of her royal baby.
The monarch has now "banned" Meghan from accessing the collection to "maintain order, hierarchy and precedence" within the family, said the paper. She told E! News Markle will be "the best mom".
According to reports, Meghan only eats a plant-based diet during the week - and since meeting the 37-year-old, Harry has reportedly been opting for "less meat and more fruit and veg". The medical professionals also attended the births of Prince William and Kate Middleton's children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.