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Former Palace Staffers Not Backing Down From Claims Of Meghan Markle's Bullying!

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The former palace staffers that accused Meghan Markle of bullying are sticking by their statments! As you know, two senior staffers accused the former actress of bullying during her time as a royal. Queen Elizabeth II privately funded an investigation conducted by independent external investigators to prove whether or not those allegations were true at the time.

However, the palace actually “buried” the results and said they’ll never release them! Related: Princess Catherine Spotted For First Time Since Being Slammed In Harry’s Memoir! At the time, royal expert Duncan Larcombe shared his belief to True Royalty TV‘s The Royal Beat that it actually might have confirmed Meghan was a bully, but the royals were trying to avoid a fight with Meghan and Prince Harry: Those results didn’t stay hidden forever.

In the Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown by Valentine Low, a source claimed Meghan left her former staff members completely “broken” and shaking in fear over screaming tirades when she was at Kensington Palace: And the accusers are NOT pulling back following the release of Harry’s memoir Spare.

Low told Page Six the palace aids who quit are maintaining that Meghan is a bully: Their stories very much differ from those told by the Duke of Sussex in his new book, where he claimed his wife “checked on staff who were ill, sent baskets of food or flowers or goodies to anyone struggling, depressed, off sick.” Aside from any accusations or tension, though, the author still thinks it’s “terrible” Harry and Meghan are no longer working royals: They behave like teenagers?

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