She gave a letter to one of the guards, hoping he passes it to the Duchess.
Meghan Markle has fitted seamlessly into the royal family from the moment she started dating Prince Harry - from bonding with the Queen's corgis to getting an early invite to spend Christmas at Sandringham with the Windsors.
Speaking to United Kingdom tabloid the Mirror, a source said the latest development "spoke volumes".
According to The Sunday Mirror, the 53-year-old arrived at the gates of the palace with the aim to speak to Meghan in person, but was turned away by security.
'This is the closest Meghan has come physically to that side of her family since she married into the royal family but palace staff had clearly been instructed not to allow her access'.
A source told the Mirror that the fact Meghan's older sibling was turned away "speaks volumes". "It was a sad sight".
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Bulgarian authorities filed charges against the man and were expecting Germany to transfer him to Bulgaria, the minister added. Bulgarian law enforcement is investigating all possible theories, but has warned people not to jump to groundless conclusions.
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The most recent statements on when the IPO would happen provided considerable room for maneuver. The remark was quoted by the Union of News Agencies of the OIC States in Riyadh on Saturday.
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It is the latest in a string of high profile public bust-ups with the palace after an on-going family feud involving her half-sister and father, Thomas.
Earlier in the week, Markle appeared on a United Kingdom television show, where she apologized for the insulting comments she's made, explaining that she's hoping for a reconciliation.
Samantha Markle was pictured being turned away from Kensington Palace by security.
But in a recent interview with TV personality and journalist Jeremy Vine, Samantha apologized for her remarks over the past few months.
"I felt it could've all been nipped in the bud had everyone been included and we all agreed to move forward with positive resolve".