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Meghan Markle's bullying report would be 'bloodbath' for all, says expert

Meghan Markle bullied members of her staff has been “buried” due to fears that its findings could be an embarrassing "bloodbath on all sides,” according to a royal expert.The bullying allegations against the Duchess of Sussex, made by former Kensington Palace staff, came to light following the leak of an email exchange between former palace press secretary Jason Knauf and Prince William's private secretary Simon Case.In one of the mails, Knauf said: “I am very concerned that the duchess was able to bully two PAs out of the household in the past year,” and described her treatment of royal staff as “totally unacceptable”READ MORE: Meghan 'damned' by Queen's decision not to publish bullying report, claims expertAfter the allegations came to light, Her Majesty the Queen paid for an independent law firm to launch an inquiry into the allegations.A royal source told The Times: “The actual worst incidences haven’t come out.

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Buckingham Palace Reportedly 'Buried' Meghan Markle's Bullying Report, Will Not Release Findings
Buckingham Palace will not release a report to the public on the investigation into claims that Meghan Markle «bullied» palace staff. According to a report from, Buckingham Palace will be “improving the policies and procedures” in its HR department following the investigation, however, more details into the case will not be released to the public. Citing royal sources, says the Palace is not releasing this information as a way to «limit tensions between the Sussexes and the palace» and «protect the privacy of those who took part» in the investigation.  reports that Buckingham Palace no longer plans to make any public statement on the inquiry, or even publicly acknowledge the subsequent changes to its HR policies. Originally, the announcement on HR changes was set to be published in the Sovereign Grant report later this month. The bullying investigation was launched in March 2021 following a report by  that was published just days before Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey was set to air. According to the report, Meghan faced a bullying complaint at Kensington Palace back in October 2018, claiming she «drove two personal assistants out of the household and was undermining the confidence of a third staff member.» A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry denied the allegation, calling it a «calculated smear campaign.»In June 2021, the then-highly anticipated report was delayed.
Meghan and Harry's royal reunion was 'frosty' and filled with 'tension', says Piers Morgan
Piers Morgan, 57, has claimed that an insider told him Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry’s, 37, reunion with the Royal Family was “pretty tense”.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to the UK on Wednesday and made their first appearance the following day to watch Trooping the Colour.While senior royals including Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Charles joined the Queen on Buckingham Palace’s balcony to watch the RAF flypast, Meghan and Harry watched from a window and were not part of the carriage procession.Speaking on his TalkTV show, Piers Morgan Uncensored, the host said that royal sources informed him that the atmosphere was “frosty”.He adds that while other members of the Royal Family mingled in the garden following Trooping the Colour, Meghan and Harry “disappeared”.He said: “I was told by a very good source that it was pretty tense behind the scenes.“Apparently there was some disquiet from Palace officials that Meghan and Harry turned up apparently 15 minutes late. “Not for the actual start of the parade but 15 minutes later than they were supposed to.“Apparently it was all quite frosty behind the scenes.“The rest of the family went out in the garden and were milling around, and they just disappeared."So, there is already a lot of tension there and the only glue it seems in this whole tension is the Queen, and she’s not going to be there." Piers went on to discuss today’s thanksgiving service at St Paul’s, which the Queen is not attending after she experienced “some discomfort” during Thursday’s events.A statement from Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen greatly enjoyed today's birthday parade and flypast but did experience some discomfort."Taking into account the journey and activity required to
Piers Morgan relieved to see Queen ‘back on her feet' after 'concerns' ahead of Jubilee
Piers Morgan took to social media this evening to express his relief over seeing the Queen “back on her feet” again.The star admitted he was getting “more and more concerned” about the monarch after it was announced she would be missing the state Opening of the British Parliament earlier this week.Piers, 57, shared a recent picture of the Queen, 96, on Twitter today in view of his 7.9 million followers. “Wonderful to see The Queen back on her feet and smiling again,” he wrote beside the photograph.The picture was taken from the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which the Queen attended today after missing the State Opening of Parliament on Tuesday.Her absence at the event was significant, as she missed the annual reading of the Queen's Speech for the first time since 1963.However, the royal was all smiles today as she was driven to the showground in a Range Rover.Her horse Balmoral Leia, a five-year-old grey dun mare, was announced as a supreme champion in the Highland Class 64 event.The Queen later enjoyed watching her granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor in a carriage display marking the centenary of the Fell Pony Society.She did indeed appear to be “back on her feet”, as the royal was spotted walking around using her stick.It was said that the Queen had been forced to pull out of the State Opening of Parliament earlier this week due to her “mobility problems”. An official statement from Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen continues to experience episodic mobility problems, and in consultation with her doctors has reluctantly decided that she will not attend the State Opening of Parliament.“At Her Majesty’s request, and with the agreement of the relevant authorities, The Prince of Wales will read The Queen’s speech on Her
Meghan Markle's 'victims' to speak out in 'gripping story' amid bullying claims
Meghan Markle has previously faced accusations of bullying, claims she denies, but Buckingham Palace said they were "very concerned" as several members of staff came forward.Now, it's claimed that her former staff have come forward and have told their stories that will rock the Sussex household.Biographer Tom Bower will reveal the "untold story" about what happened behind the walls of Kensington Palace and Frogmore Cottage before Meghan's move to Montecito.It was claimed Meghan had driven two personal assistances out of their job and undermined the confidence of a third member of the Royal Household.At the time, Meghan's spokesperson said the Duchess of Sussex was "saddened" by the reports.Speaking to GB News' Mark Dolan, biographer and investigative journalist Tom Bower said: "Well, in fact, I've finished it and it will be out very soon."It is a story, an untold story, I have found out things which are really quite extraordinary about her."He went on to add: "And I think that the public perception of her will be either confirmed or outraged or in any case, it'll be a great surprise."It has turned out to be a very, very hard slog because people were pretty reluctant to speak and she and her lawyers had done very well to keep people silent, but I got through [to] enough."Tom went on to add: "It's a great story, it is an astonishing story of a woman who came from nothing and is now a world figure and has trampled on all those others on the way which is classic for the sort of people I always choose, whether it's a politician or a tycoon."The victims are keen to talk and they have spoken and it's a really gripping story."Last year, Buckingham Palace issued a statement revealing they were investigating claims surrounding
Piers Morgan calls Harry and Meghan 'renegades' and says Queen's snub 'good decision'
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle announced they would be returning to London with their two children for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee events.Their announcement came just minutes after Buckingham Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping The Colour.Instead, Her Majesty, 96, will be joined by members of her family who undertake official public roles, including Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince William and his wife, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.Alongside senior royals, Princess Anne and her husband Sir Timothy Laurence will appear with Princess Alexandra.Buckingham Palace said: "After careful consideration, the Queen has decided this year's traditional Trooping the Colour balcony appearance on Thursday, June 2 will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the royal family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queen."Shortly after the news, Piers penned: "Queen bans Harry, Meghan & Andrew from Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping of Colour ceremony during Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Only working royals performing duties for her will attend.
Brave Queen, 95, admits 'frightening' Covid battle left her 'very tired and exhausted'
Queen has revealed that her own private battle with Covid in February this year left her "very tired and exhausted" as she hit out at the "horrible pandemic".The monarch, who turns 96 later this month, tested positive for coronavirus earlier this year and, despite having what Buckingham Palace said were “mild cold-like symptoms”, continued with as many remote public duties as she could.At the time of diagnosis, royal insiders were supposedly "terrified" and even "holding their breath". She has since beaten the virus.And for the first time, on a virtual visit to the Royal London Hospital on Wednesday (April 6), Her Majesty shed some more light on what her experience had been like – even agreeing with another patient that having Covid was "very frightening".The remote Royal visit was held to mark the official opening of the hospital's Queen Elizabeth Unit.During a video call with workers and medical staff, the Queen listened to their stories of coping with the huge influx of Covid patients, and was told by one senior nurse “we held their hands, we wiped their tears and we provided comfort”.Around 800 people from across north-east London were treated at the 155-bed Queen Elizabeth Unit, built in five weeks to meet the demand instead of the normal time period of five months, and the Queen hailed the "Dunkirk spirit" on show during that time.Speaking to former Covid patient Asef Hussain, and his wife Shamina, the Queen said about the virus: “I’m glad that you’re getting better…It does leave one very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it? This horrible pandemic.
Prince Andrew 'betrayed by his body language as he walked Queen down aisle', says expert
Prince Andrew was chosen to escort his mother the Queen to Prince Philip’s memorial service to “soften his image” with the public but his body language “betrays” him, according to an expert.The Duke of York being heavily involved in the memorial has sparked controversy with it being his first appearance in public with the Royal Family since the high-profile settlement with his accuser Virginia Giuffre.Ms Giuffre was suing him for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was 17 after being trafficked by convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who Andrew had a friendship with.Leading UK psychotherapist and body language expert Nick Davies watched Andrew as escorted the Queen and believes his simple nod at the end stopped his attempt to show his “empathetic side” to the general public on Tuesday (March 29).Nick told the Daily Star: “I think having Andrew support the Queen as she comes in could have also been to soften his image with the general public and show his empathetic side, however he betrays this by just nodding to her as they move to their seats on either side of the isle rather than checking of she's OK to make the last few steps.”In January this year, Andrew was stripped of his honorary military titles and patronages by the Queen, forcing him to relinquish using HRH.At the time, Buckingham Palace said: “The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.”The Queen having Andrew by her side as she made her way to the front of Westminster Abbey was seen as “unexpected” by some experts after the trouble the now settled lawsuit caused.Keep up to date with all the latest news stories. by signing up for one of Daily Star's free newsletters here.Joe Little,
Kate Middleton's secret makeover marks 'ambitious new chapter' for duchess
Kate Middleton has “flipped the switch” with outfit choices that signal a “much more ambitious new chapter” in her life, according to royal experts.She donned Roland Mouret trousers during a visit to Denmark this week - a stark difference to her normal choice of a dress or frock.The Duchess of Cambridge’s decision to rock the bottoms, which cost almost £1,000, has been hailed as “ground-breaking” because it shows a switch to professional chic.Daniela Elser wrote in news.au: “Kate is getting down to business and her wardrobe clearly is too.“This is about signalling a much more interesting shift and the advent of the much more ambitious new chapter in her royal good works.”The comments come after royal officials announced Kate and Prince William will jet off on a royal tour next month.They will travel to Belize, Jamaica, and The Bahamas to explore the country’s biodiversity – and Buckingham Palace says the royal pair wants to meet as many people as possible.Elser pointed out that Kate’s decision to opt for more professional outfit choices could be to do with her legacy.She added: “Through 10 years of learning and mastering the royal ropes, through 25 international trips, three pregnancies and two house moves, she has relied pretty much exclusively on dresses.Stay up to date with all the latest Royal news from the Daily Star by signing up for one of our free newsletters here.“While occasionally in the past she would pepper skinny jeans or a fetching pair of culottes into her fashion mix, they were very much the exception to the rule.