Buckingham Palace hired an external law firm to investigate allegations that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex has intimidated or bullied a royal servant.
The palace has previously said it would conduct an investigation into the case after British media quoted an unnamed royal aide as saying Meghan had ‘bad’ behaviour and frequently abused Palace staff in 2018.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman on Monday (15/3) said the inquiry was a royal commitment to clarify the real issue.
“Allegations from former staff of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are being made and we will not comment publicly on it,” Tuesday (16/3).
The court did not specify which companies they believed to be investigating the allegations. To be sure, the investigation comes as the Palace faces a crisis over allegations made by Prince Harry and Meghan some time ago.
As is known, in an exclusive interview they did with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan revealed the dark side of her life while in the Palace.
Meghan revealed that one member of the British Royal Family had been worried about how dark her son Archie Harrison’s skin colour was.
Those concerns indicate racism within the monarchy.
Buckingham Palace said the allegations of racism were alarming. But it will be handled by the family personally.
An article revealed Meghan frequently abused staff while staying at the Palace in 2018. In fact, Meghan is said to have kicked out two of her personal assistants.
Harry and Meghan did not comment on the allegations. But the couple’s spokesman had previously dismissed allegations of intimidation reported by The Times newspaper as “defamatory.”
“Let’s call this what it is – a dirty campaign calculated based on misleading and dangerous information,” a Sussex spokesman said. ‘We’re disappointed to see this defamatory portrayal of The Duchess of Sussex given credibility by media outlets.’