Meghan Markle's half-sister calls the royal family for not giving her father a coat of arms, like the Middleton family.
"Excluding him from a coat of arms actually deprives him of an honor and it's a huge insult," said Samantha Markle Grant, Telegraph UK reported.
Kate Middleton's father, Michael, received his own coat of arms after his daughter married Prince William in 2011 and became Duchess of Cambridge. She can not only use his coat, her siblings, and her brother's children.
But the queen considered the process "complicated" this time, because to qualify for a heraldic crest, one has to prove they have an ancestor who was a topic of the crown, according to the Daily Mail.
Instead, the new Duchess of Sussex, Markle, 36, will give her own coat of arms, which will not apply to the rest of her American family, the Post reported.
But her sister still considers this one royal dullness.
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