She highlighted Meghan’s claim the couple had two weddings, with the pair later forced to clarify they had simply had an informal exchange of vows.
Meghan had said she and Harry secretly tied the knot in their “backyard” with the Archbishop of Canterbury days before their lavish royal wedding.
Harry added: “Just the three of us.”
But their spokesperson later confirmed this was simply an informal exchange of vows.
Samantha told New Zealand’s Newstalk ZB radio show the royal was in “no position to join a company that deals in misinformation” until “he gets a grip on what the truth is”.
On the second wedding claims, Meghan’s half-sister said: “There was no secret wedding with the Archbishop of Canterbury – that was debunked. And, like [Fox News host] Megyn Kelly said, if one part of something is wrong then probably the rest of it is.”
Samantha also denied Meghan’s claim to “hardly know” her, with the Duchess of Sussex saying in her TV interview: “The last time I saw her must have been at least 18, 19 years.”
However, Samantha insisted her graduation photo from 2008 shows her with Meghan 13 years ago.
She said: “My degree clearly shows 2008, and anybody who has a calculator or a functioning frontal lobe knows that was not 19 years ago.”
PRINCE LOUIS will be happy to have Prince George and Princess Charlotte break up for the Easter holidays.
The youngest Cambridge is yet to start nursery and may have missed playtime with his siblings after they returned to the classroom earlier this month.
Prince Louis, two, has been able to enjoy ample time with his big brother and sister over the past 12 months especially while schools were closed during lockdown.
Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, are both pupils at Thomas’s Battersea in South West London, but were homeschooled by their parents Prince William, 38, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, from January until schools reopened on March 8.
Princess Anne likely to enjoy easter with daughter Zara Tindall
PRINCESS ANNE is likely to spend Easter weekend with her daughter Zara Tindall and her new grandson Lucas, who was born last weekend.
Princess Anne, 70, is extremely close to her daughter Zara Tindall, 39, and son Peter Phillips, 42, both of whom live on their mother’s Gatcombe Park Estate in Gloucestershire.
Last Sunday, Zara welcomed her third child and first son Lucas Philip to the world.
Zara and Peter both have two daughters and Anne was delighted to welcome a grandson to the family.
ZARA TINDALL and Princess Eugenie have both given birth to sons in recent weeks but the royal mums are expected to take different approaches when it comes to their babies’ christenings.
Zara Tindall, 39, and Princess Eugenie, 31, are both granddaughters of Queen Elizabeth II, 94, but have different royal status.
Eugenie was raised with an HRH (Her Royal Highness) style and is 10th in line to the throne while Zara was brought up without a royal title and is 19th in the line of succession.
This means that the royal cousins are expected to take different approaches when it comes to observing Windsor Family traditions.
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