Bad publicity for Meghan Markle. For nearly a year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to leave London to join Los Angeles, and only a few days ago to formalize the abandonment of their titles of senior members of the British royal family. A move became necessary according to Prince Harry, who could no longer bear the relentlessness of the press on his couple and wanted at all costs to protect his family. A departure that they will approach soon in a great interview with Oprah Winfrey on March 7, which is already receiving bad publicity. And this because of Meghan Markle.
Indeed, a few days before the broadcast of this interview on CBS, the Duchess of Sussex is caught up by her former staff, in particular one of her closest advisers when she had her offices at Kensington Palace who accuses her of bullying and harassment, reveals the Times. According to several sources, Meghan Markle would have used unfair dismissals to fire two personal assistants, before harassing a third member of the staff. If the spokesperson for the Sussex couple denied these actions, it is impossible not to remember that in 2018, an assistant to the Duchess ended up resigning after a few months after bursting into tears because of the constant pressure that weighed on her.
Meghan Markle accused of pushing her staff to the limit
Staff pushed towards the exit or voluntary departures, during her stay at Kensington Palace, Meghan Markle was more than once accused of pushing her staff to the limit, asking them in particular a colossal workload which was illustrated in particular by emails in the middle of the night or very early in the morning. Actions which had been denied at the time by the palace, but which still earned the Duchess of Sussex unflattering nicknames. An affair that could throw a cold on her big interview, giving a completely different image of the one who is currently pregnant with her second child.
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