Samantha Markle Makes Her Feelings About Doria Ragland Clear

The following article includes mentions of suicide.

Ever since the docuseries "Harry & Meghan" made its way to Netflix, fans and royal watchers have been on an emotional rollercoaster. Some family members have appeared to be more compassionate towards the royal couple than others. Meghan's half-sister, Samantha Markle, doesn't seem to be one of them. In a recent GB News interview, Samantha described news about Prince Harry and Meghan's royal exit following incessant bullying by the royal family and media as "poppycock." Samantha stated, "I don't believe it for one minute." She added, "If William and now King Charles were upset, of course. They were on royal duty and they were making Hollywood deals, which in my understanding is prohibited."

This isn't the only time that Samantha has shown disdain for Meghan. According to Us Weekly, Samantha filed a lawsuit against her sister in March 2022. Samantha declared that Meghan was lying about her past and father, Thomas Markle. She claimed that her sister fabricated stories about being raised in "virtual poverty."

Following the release of "Harry & Meghan," the messy family dynamics continue. But this time, Samantha is tearing down Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.

Samantha Markle ripped apart Doria Ragland

Doria Ragland shed light on how the media's resentment towards Meghan Markle deeply affected her mental state in "Harry & Meghan," via Page Six. She was visibly emotional when disclosing that her daughter confessed that she had suicidal thoughts. She shared, "That really broke my heart because I knew that it was bad."

While many fans are empathizing with Meghan and her mother, one family member is not. In a recent interview with GB News, Ragland's stepdaughter Samantha Markle didn't hold back her true feelings about Ragland's reveal. Samantha articulated, "The other thing I found so shocking was that for Doria to suggest that she was broken-hearted because Meghan was depressed or suicidal. Well, she's supposed to be a social worker." She then slammed Ragland's character while doubting her professional qualifications. She explained, "And if you've got someone that you're with all the time — and the world said she was their advisor on all things — if you knew at one point that she was even indicating being depressed and you let it get to suicidal ideations, then you should cash your license in."

If you or anyone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline​ by dialing 988 or by calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255).