Meghan Markle is in turmoil. While she now lives in Los Angeles with Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex has recently been caught up in her past with the royal family, especially when she worked from her offices at Kensington Palace. At that time, she had around her a team made up in particular of assistants who managed her movements as well as her official commitments, and who today, for some, have decided to denounce the harassment of which they have been the victim, while a bullying complaint was filed in 2018, The Times reported on March 1.
If a spokesperson for Meghan Markle denied her allegations and clarified that the main interested party was “saddened” by these accusations, the royal family has decided to conduct its own investigation in order to shed light on this affair. “We are clearly very concerned about the Times’ allegations following claims made by former staff of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” the palace said, People reports, adding that “as a result” a “team RH will review the circumstances described in the article “. “Staff members involved at the time, including those who left the home, will be invited to participate to see if any lessons can be learned,” the palace said.
Meghan Markle “saddened” by these accusations
Resolved not to “tolerate any intimidation or harassment in the workplace”, the royal family did not wish to qualify this measure “of internal investigation” but rather “of examination of the allegations”, while Meghan Markle and the prince Harry them, will not be heard in this matter. The Duchess of Sussex for her part firmly denied the allegations, and said she was very touched by the accusations, “especially as someone who has been the target of intimidation herself and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced suffering and trauma “. Bad publicity, however, for the Sussex interview on March 7.
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