A Buckingham Palace investigation into claims that Meghan Markle bullied staff would never be published. The investigation was triggered following allegations by a communications chief.
In an email, leaked to The Times, former royal household communications secretary Jason Knauf said he was ‘very concerned’ that Meghan ‘may have bullied two APs out of the house’ . The Duchess of Sussex has strongly denied all allegations that were made in 2021.
But the Queen has ordered a private law firm to undertake an investigation into the claims. Buckingham Palace said no taxpayer money was being spent on the “overhaul” of working practices inside the palace.
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Now the Sunday time reports that the results of the survey will never be made public after a reported change in HR policies. The newspaper says the report will not be published to protect those involved.
It is understood that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been asked to participate in the investigation. Buckingham Palace declined to comment.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry returned to America before the end of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee after bringing Lilibet to meet her grandmother. The Sussexes left the UK ahead of Sunday night’s festivities.
They were driven from Frogmore Cottage to Farnborough Airport on their way home to Los Angeles.