She is said to have harassed staff – Palace buries Meghan’s bullying file

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Did she terrorize the palace employees?

These allegations have been around for a long time. Duchess Meghan (40) is said to have treated her former staff anything but well. Former Buckingham Palace employees even accused Prince Harry’s wife (37) of bullying. They are said to have been standing in line to testify against Meghan, as reported by a person concerned. Supposedly at least 10 of them wanted to unpack.

Nothing will come of it now. In a report by the Londoner times it is said that the palace will no longer investigate the case!

The royal couple Harry and Meghan emigrated to the United States in early 2020 and are no longer subject to the British crown

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So Meghan gets away with it. Not surprisingly, the troubled royal family can hardly use even more scandals in its own ranks. In fact, according to The Times, insiders believe the royals want to avoid further tensions with the Sussexes and are therefore not pursuing the case any further.

Experts still sensed a “brutal showdown” this year, and since March 2021, at the request of the palace, an independent law firm has been investigating the allegations of the former employees.

An inside source said: “The palace takes every single allegation very seriously and wants to get to the bottom of the truth and ensure those who speak up deserve to be heard.”

Now the truth is buried, the Meghan Markle file is closed. But the topic is not over with that.

After Meghan-Zoff: Palace wants new rules

For one thing, Buckingham Palace is still planning change and is announcing reforms to its own “rules and procedures” in human resources. It doesn’t get any more specific than that.

In 2021, the allegations of bullying boiled up again in the wake of the scandalous interview with Oprah Winfrey (68). In this, Meghan herself claimed that she had been treated disrespectfully in the royal family.

Meghan said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that she had been bullied, and the palace finally turned the allegations around

Meghan said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that she had been bullied, and the palace finally turned the allegations around

Photo: picture alliance / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Even before the interview was broadcast, the palace made the allegations against the Royals dropout to send a signal. Among other things, Queen employees Samantha Cohen (51) and Katrina McKeever (48) had resigned after hostility from Meghan, each after more than 15 years. The reason would allegedly be a disturbed relationship with Meghan, which she would have treated “from above”.

Meghan denied all claims. A spokesman said she was “dismayed by this recent attack on her, especially as someone who has been the target of bullying herself”.

She definitely won this fight…

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