Queen 'fed up with Harry and Meghan drama' following ‘palace bullying claims'

7/2/2022 6:31:00 PM

Queen 'fed up with Harry and Meghan drama' following ‘palace bullying claims'

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Queen 'fed up with Harry and Meghan drama' following ‘palace bullying claims'

The Queen is 'fed up' with the drama around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and looking for a ‘line’ to be drawn under it following 'palace bullying claims', a royal insider has claimed

The Daily Mail reports that a palace insider told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl that Her Majesty, 96, wanted the inquiry to be handled privately in a bid to avoid any further problems with the Royal Family's public image.The royal insider said: “The queen feels there has been enough drama around the Sussexes, and she wants a line to be drawn.”

OK! has contacted Buckingham Palace and representatives for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for comment.The Palace will not be releasing their conclusions of the investigation to the public, but had confirmed the investigation had now reached an end and that changes have already been implemented.

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The Daily Mail reports that a palace insider told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl that Her Majesty, 96, wanted the inquiry to be handled privately in a bid to avoid any further problems with the Royal Family's public image. The royal insider said: “The queen feels there has been enough drama around the Sussexes, and she wants a line to be drawn. It came just one day after the claims were published by The Times, who reported that a former top aide to the Sussexes lodged a complaint in 2018.” OK! has contacted Buckingham Palace and representatives for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for comment. One commentator pleaded, “Oh NO, please NOT! What the heck have they got left to say???” A second said, “Even Oprah came out badly from the last interview. The Palace will not be releasing their conclusions of the investigation to the public, but had confirmed the investigation had now reached an end and that changes have already been implemented. Yesterday (June 29), a senior Buckingham Palace aide announced the investigation was complete, but that the findings would not be released. The private investigations, which were looking into allegations against the Duchess of Sussex, were said to have focused more on how staff handled the complaints, rather than scrutinising details of the allegations themselves – which Meghan, 40, has always denied. "Uncle Charles, Earl Spencer, he's written several books but doesn't use his title on his books: he uses Charles Spencer.

The private investigation was launched in March 2021 and was believed to be funded by a senior member of the Royal Family. When the probe was launched, Buckingham Palace said: "We are clearly very concerned about allegations in The Times following claims made by former staff of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.” The pictures come a year after the couple – who married in 2018 and are. It came as a result of reports the Duchess drove out two personal assistants and that staff were left "humiliated" by her tone and demeanour on several occasions. The Duchess' lawyers denied the allegations at the time, and the mum-of-two has continued to deny them as the investigation progressed. Members of staff involved at the time, including those who have left the Household, will be invited to participate to see if lessons can be learned. A senior palace source reportedly told Sky News: "Because of the confidentiality of the discussions we have not communicated the detailed recommendations. "The recommendations have been incorporated within policies and procedures wherever appropriate and policies and procedures have changed." Meghan and Harry vehemently denied the accusations, saying in a statement that they were "saddened by this latest attack on her character, particularly as someone who has been the target of bullying herself and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma". In response to a Daily Express poll carried out in April, 8,842 people cast their votes on whether Meghan and Harry should be allowed to keep their titles.

"So all members of staff, all members of the royal family will be aware of what the policies and procedures are, the revised policies and procedures," the source added. Meghan and Prince Harry are believed to be pleased with the results of Buckingham Palace's investigation. They added that Meghan was "determined to continue her work building compassion around the world and will keep striving to set an example for doing what is right and doing what is good". A source close to the couple claimed that the pair are "happy" Meghan's name has been "cleared", and that they are looking to "move on with their lives" in California. Speaking to Us Weekly, the source said: "Meghan is a fair boss and never bullied anyone who worked for her at the Palace in the first place. "But we will not be commenting further. She’s happy that her name has been cleared from the defamatory claims. Neither the Sussexes or Winfrey, however, have confirmed that a follow-up to the trio's CBS chat in March 2021 is in the pipeline.

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