Meghan Markle's sister Samantha reportedly on a 'fixated persons list'

Meghan Markle's estranged sister, Samantha Markle, is said to be on a certain Scotland Yard list.

According to The Sunday Times (via Us Weekly), Samantha Markle has been "flagged by the police royalty and specialist protection unit." Why? Well, because of her repeated interviews in which she's criticized her half-sister and her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, she's considered to be a "reputational risk" to Meghan and her royal in-laws, and, as such, she's reportedly been placed on a "fixated persons list."

An insider told the paper, "Someone like Samantha presents a risk rather than a threat. She is not committing criminal offences, but she is causing concerns for the royal family."

The source continued, "There is big potential for some major embarrassment for the royals," adding, "Samantha could make a scene and create headlines with her actions — and let's face it, she's kind of already done that."

It's believed that Meghan's "personal protection officers" have likely spoken with the Duchess of Sussex about her sister "during briefings." They've also reportedly spoken with Fixated Threat Assessment Centre detectives at Scotland Yard about Samantha.

It's hardly a surprise that Samantha has found herself a person to watch by royal security staff, considering her apparent penchant for remarking on her famous sister to the press. She most recently made headlines for sharing a Christmas message for Meghan with the Mirror. "Dear Meg," she wrote. "This is not meant to be formal. The holidays are a time for family and are sentimental. As you know, dad has been trying to contact you and is very hurt because you are avoiding him. Life is short and you know dad is wonderful. Please give him joy in his last years by showing that you love him. The time is NOW."

Just a week or so earlier, she criticized Meghan for "ghosting" her whole family, as reported by Cosmopolitan.

So, just what does Samantha think about her name going on a "fixated persons list?" In response to The Sunday Times' report, Samantha tweeted out (via Us Weekly), "This is ridiculous as I'm in an electric wheelchair and I live on a different continent LOL and advocating for doing the right thing by our dad is hardly fixation. Stop your lying nonsense or be sued."

According to Us Weekly, Kensington Palace would not comment to The Sunday Times regarding their report and Scotland Yard would not confirm the identity of any person that is "of interest to the police unless that person has been charged."