You would assume that all the Meghan Markle hype would slowly die down after the massive and historic Royal Wedding - but no, the Meghan buzz is stronger than ever before.

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One of the primary factors contributing to the hype surrounding the new Duchess is the negative attention she is receiving from her estranged family members who - sadly, don't seem to be at all supportive of her new life and role in the Royal Family.

Recently, her father came out of hiding by participating in a candid interview with U.K based paper The Sun, claiming that he believes his daughter is actually "terrified" in her new role.

And it doesn't stop there, Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha -who is not actually close to her, nor someone Meghan has seen in a long time - also went on a rage-fuelled Twitter rampage directed at the royal couple following their appearance at  Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition.

Although Samathan Markle's Twitter account is private, the British tabloids got a hold of some of the Tweets, and they are harsh.

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Her sister angrily tweeting “How about you pay tribute to your own father?!” And continuing the tweet storm with “Enough is enough.”

Finally, Samantha Markle made a final jarring statement, “Act like a humanitarian, act like a woman . . . If our father dies, it’s on you Meg.”

In essence, Samatha Markle seems to be hurt that Meghan is "gallivanting around" while ignoring her own father; who is known to be ill and suffering from heart conditions.

Despite his failing health, Meghan and her father have reportedly not spoken since she joined the royal family.

That said, her sister is even going so far as to writing a book called "Living in the shadows of a duchess."

The Royal Family has reportedly remained silent in the wake of these harsh comments, and are lying low, as dignified royals should.

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