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Meghan Markle 'expected to tell Queen how to modernise' Royal Family

A leading royal author and commentator has claimed that the Duchess of Sussex had plans to dive straight into her official royal duties and join the late Queen on engagements in an effort to "modernise" the monarchy. In the years since she and Harry stepped back from their roles, Meghan has stated that she didn't receive enough support or training to adjust to her new role as a working member of the world's most famous family. However, in an interview, royal expert Angela Levin has suggested that the Duchess was so keen to bring change to the Royal Family that she immediately sought a more active role.

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Former Meghan Markle aide breaks silence on bullying allegations, claims staff quit on her
bullying accusations leveled against the Duchess of Sussex.Cohen worked for the royal family since 2001 and was Markle’s private secretary in 2021 when the first complaint was made that the former “Suits” star created a hostile work environment. Although she would not elaborate in an interview with the Australian newspaper The Herald Sun, Cohen, an Aussie, told the outlet Monday, “I was only supposed to stay for six months but stayed for 18 — we couldn’t find a replacement for me and when we did we took them on tour to Africa with Harry and Meghan to show them the ropes but they left (quit) as well while in Africa.”Cohen stopped working for the royals in 2019.The Post has contacted reps for Markle and Buckingham Palace for comment.The allegations came just days before Markle and Prince Harry sat down for their bombshell tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey — in which the American Orchard Riviera founder claimed life in the royal family was “almost unsurvivable.” The HR review was privately funded by Queen Elizabeth II and carried out by an independent investigator in March 2021 after two royal staffers alleged they’d been bullied while working for her.Markle’s legal team denied any allegations of bullying — calling them a “calculated smear campaign.