Buckingham Palace investigation results into Meghan Markle’s ‘bullying’ may be delayed

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The results of Buckingham Palace’s staff inquiry into claims that the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle bullies royal staff could be delayed until next year, a new report claims.

While the findings of the “highly sensitive investigation conducted by an independent law firm were expected to be announced in the annual Sovereign Grant report to be published this week,” they will not be, according to the Times of London. Royal sources confirmed to the newspaper that the investigation is “ongoing” and may not be released until next year.

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The investigation was launched in March after Markle… accused of bullying at least two palace assistants during her brief tenure as a high-ranking British royal family, occasionally bringing staff members to tears and “humiliating” another.

At the time, Buckingham Palace said it would “not tolerate bullying and intimidation” and was “deeply concerned about allegations” that Markle forced two personal assistants and undermined the trust of a third. Markle denies these claims.

It was initially thought that the results of the study would be ready before this summer.
It was initially thought that the results of the study would be ready before this summer.
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The original complaint was filed in October 2018 by Meghan and Harry’s communications secretary, Jason Knauf, but only came to light before Markle’s Oprah Winfrey interview.

Knauf’s formal complaint read: “I am very concerned that the Duchess has been able to bully two PAs from the household in the past year”, describing her behavior as “totally unacceptable… to have her visor [and] I remain concerned that nothing will happen.” Knauf also wondered “whether the domestic bullying and harassment policy applies to clients”.

After the allegations came to light, Meghan’s representative said: “The Duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, especially as someone who has been the target of self-bullying and is deeply committed to supporting those who are in pain and trauma. She is determined to continue her work to build compassion around the world and will continue to strive to set an example by doing what is right and doing what is right.”

Jason Knauf filed a complaint almost three years ago.
Jason Knauf filed a complaint almost three years ago.
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By not including the investigation’s findings in the Sovereign Grant report, the London Times writes, “it means the palace may try to defer the findings until next year’s report, or explore some other way of making proposed proposals.” address changes in its personnel policies and procedures resulting from the research, which is privately funded.”

It will also help avoid further tensions between William and Harry, who have been at odds since Megxit over the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana, in July.

A new book, “Battle of Brothers: William, Harry and the Inside Story of a Family in Tumult” by author Robert Lacey, also claims Prince William was the one who decided he and Prince Harry should “split” households in March 2019 after the complaint — not the other way around in the area from.

Instead of this summer, the report's findings may come out next year.
The investigation was launched in March after Markle was accused of bullying at least two aides, occasionally bringing staffers to tears and “humiliating” another.
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The book quotes a courtier from Kensington Palace as: saying: “Meghan portrayed herself as the victim, but she was the bully. People felt persuaded by her. They thought she was a complete narcissist and sociopath – essentially unhinged.”

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