Meghan Markle’s Bullying Controversy Fully Explained
It seems that attention and speculation follow Meghan Markle wherever she goes. Even after she and Prince Harry left their full-time roles as royals and moved to the US, rumors and reactions have sprung up about Meghan’s time as a working royal.
While questions circulated about how Meghan Markle interacts with each member of the royal family, a leaked report revealed that Buckingham Palace is reportedly investigating allegations of bullying against Meghan. Deadline† The Sunday Times recently reported that the investigation has led to new “policies and procedures” on how royal staff should be treated. The paper insists there are currently no plans for Kensington Palace to publish the official report, a move that has angered Meghan’s fans and caused a stir on Twitter with the hashtag. #RoyalFamilySong circulates on the site.
Now it looks like there will be no final closure to the public or the Duchess of Sussex after the controversy.
Alleged claims about Meghan Markle from palace staff
The plague controversy between Meghan Markle and the royal family and her staff arose in March 2021 when The Sunday Times reported that palace officials claimed the royal family had communicated with them using bullying behavior. The alleged incident apparently took place in 2018, culminating in an email from then communications secretary, Jason Knauf. “I am very concerned that the Duchess has been able to bully two PAs from the household in the past year,” Knauf wrote in an email. “The treatment of X [unnamed] was totally unacceptable.”
The email led to accusations that the Duchess of Sussex was difficult to work with. Meghan’s team called the claim a “smation campaign” due to the timing of the report, as it came just before Meghan and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, who was expected to be the biggest royal narrator since the controversial interview of Princess Diana with Martin Bashir in 1995, according to news week†
Meghan Markle supporters claim the #RoyalFamilyLied
Meghan Markle’s lawyers said the bullying allegations were “just not true” iNews† Her lawyers weren’t the only ones who came to Markle’s defense. Her “Suits” co-star Patrick J. Adams published a Twitter thread that defends the actor and her professionalism in the workplace. “Meghan Markle and I have worked together on Suits for the better part of a decade. From day one, she has been an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, cheerful and supportive member of our television family,” Adams wrote on Twitter. He called the allegations against Markle “racist, defamatory, clickbaiting vitriol”, pointing out that while pregnant, she had to move to another country “to protect her family and her own sanity”.
As the results of the investigation into the plague claims are kept private, royal onlookers can only speculate about how the royal family and its staff interact. However, fans of Meghan have embraced the news as another example of the rumors of the monarchy’s attempts to save her reputation.
“I just want to remind everyone that the #RoyalFamilySong about Meghan and that bullying investigation was a complete sham,” tweeted a supporter, called it a way to “smear” Meghan’s reputation. Another wrote“Nobody has anything negative to say about Meghan before she got married. She marries into a family with a history of abuse, backstabbing, manipulation… the whole monarchy? #RoyalFamilySong.”
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