A Buckingham Palace investigation into Meghan Markle’s alleged bullying of staffers when she was a working royal has compelled adjustments to the “policies and procedures” of the monarchy’s HR division, sources advised the Sunday Times of London.
But the findings of the extremely delicate inquiry have been “buried” and can by no means be launched, the sources mentioned — each to guard the members’ privateness and to tamp down tensions between the Sussexes and the remainder of the royal household.
The unprecedented investigation, privately funded by the Queen and led by an impartial regulation agency, started final March after two senior members of the palace employees had been mentioned to have been bullied into leaving their jobs working for the Duchess of Sussex.
A 3rd former aide claimed to have been personally “humiliated” by the previous TV actress when she lived at Kensington Palace after her May 2018 marriage ceremony to Prince Harry.
“There are some harrowing stories to tell,” a supply advised the newspaper.
A spokesperson for Markle denied all claims of bullying final yr, including she was “saddened by this latest attack on her character, particularly as someone who has been the target of bullying herself.”