Meghan Markle isn’t comfortable with merely saying that the Palace staff called her a bully, she wants Buckingham Palace to mention the names of her accusers.
The Duchess of Sussex believes it will be fair for the palace to release all documents, text messages, and emails related to the bullying investigation that has begun against her by the palace as was announced by the Queen, according to The Mail on Sunday.
According to a story in The Sun, Buckingham Palace is considering contracting an independent law firm to investigate the matter.
While Meghan is also looking at the possibility of getting her own legal team to stand against what one of her sources described as a “calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation.”
Former assistants for Meghan and Harry are reportedly ready to help with the probe which was announced last week by the queen and accused the pregnant Duchess of Sussex of creating a toxic work environment and reduced staffers to tears when she lived at Kensington Palace after marrying Prince Harry in May 2018.
An article in The Times claimed that a royal aide told a colleague “I can’t stop shaking” as they anticipated a confrontation with the Duchess at the time. Buckingham Palace had wanted to launch its own investigation but now appears to be considering bringing in an independent law firm.
Meghan was hit by the bullying allegation a few days before her and Harry’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on CBS last week.
The highly controversial interview saw Meghan telling the story of what she experienced in the palace, which includes how her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, made her cry before her wedding.
She also talked of how she never receive assistance to help her fit into royal space, and that someone in the royal family raised concerns about “how dark” baby Archie colour would be when he’s finally born, and lots more.