Two weeks after the happy couple announced their royal engagement at Kensington Palace, one of Meghan Markle's closest relatives says she's still waiting for her wedding invite.
Details about Prince Harry's upcoming wedding to the TV star are beginning to trickle out as the big day approaches. We've learned about the traditions they'll follow, the expected date and location, and what this wedding means for Markle's future. But it seems there's either more planning to be done, or someone close to Markle has been left out of the ceremony.
In a new TLC documentary called When Harry Met Meghan: A Royal Engagement, the future Duchess's half-sister Samantha Grant talks openly about her relationship with Markle.
Markle's parents are Thomas Markle, a cinematographer and lighting director who introduced her to show business, and Doria Ragland, a clinical therapist and yoga instructor. Grant is Thomas's daughter from a previous relationship, and she is 17 years older than Markle.
Grant says that she helped to raise her half-sister while Markle was growing up in California, and remembers Markle as a bright and thoughtful girl, who seemed destined to become a royal someday.
But Grant's history of speaking out to the media may have driven a wedge between her and Markle.