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Meghan Markle is due to issue a complete response to a series of allegations that she "bullied" her staff by demanding that Buckingham Palace show "point by point" breakdown evidence of the claims.
Sources have revealed to the Mirror that The Duchess of Sussex, 39, has not been formally interviewed over the allegations of a "toxic" work environment while she resided at Kensington Palace.
Individuals close to Prince Harry's wife have said that the two sides may be heading for a "brutal showdown" as two senior members of staff claimed they were "bullied" by the former actress during her time as a working royal.
"The Palace is taking each and every allegation very seriously and wants to get to the truth of the matter and ensure those speaking up deserve to be heard.
"But Meghan is adamant the staff were not up to their job and could not deal with the pressure of working for her and understanding how she wanted things to run."
The latest explosive claims come after royal author Robert Lacey published a series of allegations in a revised version of his book Battle of Brothers.
Prince William 'threw Harry out' in 'fierce' row over Meghan bullying claims, says book
The author, who assists the historical fact-checking for Netflix's hit show The Crown, published that Prince William's made moves to separate his household from his brother's after hearing of Meghan's behaviour to fellow staff.
Meghan reportedly retorted "it's not my job to coddle people" when she was confronted by a senior aide about her behaviour, the author claims.
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Prince William
- Princess Diana
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