Piers Morgan tears apart Meghan Markle's half-sister in interview following dad's drama

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GettyMeghan Markle had previously insisted her father would walk her down the aisle

In an explosive exchange on "Good Morning Britain," Morgan dubbed Samantha Markle the "little vulture" and asked her, "How much money have you made from trashing Meghan Markle?".

The controversial television host tears shreds off Samantha Markle, the half-sister of princess-in-waiting Meghan Markle, in a fiery TV interview on Good Morning Britain.

"You've spent the last two years criticizing her, you called her a narcissist, selfish, that Hollywood changed her and that Prince Harry shouldn't marry her, yet you have the gall to blame media vultures".

Samantha argued back that "I think lot of what you're reading is from tabloids, which are wholly inaccurate".

Photos emerged last week of Markle making preparations for his daughter's big day, but later CCTV footage emerged of him liaising with the photographer to get the shots for which he was apparently paid $100,000.

There are doubts about whether Thomas Markle plans to attend Saturday's royal wedding. Samantha, has come out to take responsibility for the photos, saying it was her idea and she wanted her father to be seen in a better light. "Shame on them. He had a right and a moral obligation to set the record straight and defend himself".

Samantha appeared on the show to defend herself and Markle's father Thomas, against claims he was trying to profit off the wedding by staging paparazzi photos for large sums of money only days out from the Royal wedding. He told Markle she was the vulture; after all, it was she that was picking the bones of her younger sister for her own benefit.

She said he called her "panicking on the freeway because he was in a unsafe situation being followed by seven or eight cars".

His guest explained that her family, particularly her father Thomas, has been "suffering" at the hands of the media.

"There's no bigger media vulture with this wedding than you", he said.

"The priority should be whether it is safe for him to do that".

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