Why did Buckingham Palace 'bury' Meghan Markle's bullying investigation? 

By: The Trend Wire

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Allow us to refresh your memories in case you've been forgotten! The Duchess of Sussex was accused of bullying by three palace staffers from when she was a working royal,

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just days before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey was about to air. 

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Two personal aides are said to have been thrown out of Kensington Palace, while a third is said to have been "humiliated" by Meghan Markle.

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In March 2021, a Buckingham Palace inquiry was launched into the bullying charges against Meghan Markle, which was privately sponsored by Queen Elizabeth II and overseen by an independent law firm.

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The findings of the highly sensitive study will never be revealed, according to a story by the Sunday Times of London, via Page Six. 

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Instead, for two reasons, the discoveries have been "hidden" for good. The first is to protect the privacy of the participants, and the second is to ease tensions between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and the rest of the royal family.

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According to the Sunday Times of London's sources, the probe has pushed policy and process reforms in the monarchy's HR department.

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Last year, Meghan Markle, through The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's spokeswoman, vehemently denied the bullying accusations. 

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In an interview with People, he said: "The Duchess is upset by this new attack on her reputation, especially as someone who has been the victim of bullying and is passionate about helping people who have suffered from grief and sorrow

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She is adamant about continuing her work in spreading compassion around the world, and she will continue to strive to provide an example of doing what is right and good."

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Do you think the royal family's "burying" of Meghan Markle's bullying charges is a method of offering Meghan Markle and Prince Harry an olive branch?

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Or do you believe the 'findings' reveal a completely different story? In the comments area below, tell Pinkvilla what you really think.