Buckingham Palace has opted not to make the results of its investigation into Meghan Markle’s bullying claims – which she announced before the Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah aired in March 2021 – public. but a source gave us weekly There is a pretty clear sense of what was reportedly found, detailing how Meghan reacted to its completion in private.
That source said, “Meghan is a fair boss and has never bullied anyone who worked for her at the Palace.” “She’s glad her name has been removed from the defamation claims. She and Harry want to put this incident behind them and live happily ever after in Montecito.”
“The couple are disappointed that the results of the review of the investigation will not be shared,” said a second source.
That source’s statement echoes what a source close to the couple told E! Last week: that the Duke and Duchess are “disappointed” that the results of the review are being kept secret.
For reference, the Palace launched an investigation after the March 2021 report many times adding that as a working royal, Meghan “has faced complaints of bullying by one of her closest advisers during her time at Kensington Palace,” and that many royal aides have concerns about her came forward with
Meghan’s spokesperson vehemently denies allies’ claim many times Again, it called it another “attack” on Meghan’s character and part of a larger “smear campaign”.
“Let’s call it what it is – a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation,” the spokesperson said. “We are disappointed that a media outlet has given credence to this defamatory portrayal of The Duchess of Sussex. It is no coincidence that several years-old perverted allegations aimed at undermining the Duchess were reported to the British media shortly before It has been that he and the Duke have been open and honest about their experience in recent years.”
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