Meghan Markle is reportedly prepared for a “brutal showdown” with the Queen and the palace after being accused of bullying servants, according to new reports.
Meghan has requested that the palace offer a “point-by-point” explanation of the claims made against her by palace officials, according to a source who spoke to the Mirror on Monday.
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The insider claimed that “the feeling is that this is heading for a violent showdown between [the palace and] the Duchess of Sussex, who is understood to be denying any claims levelled against her.” “Every complaint is taken extremely seriously by the palace, which wants to uncover to the bottom of the situation and guarantee that individuals speaking up are given a chance to be heard.”
Meghan “is adamant the employees were not up to the job and could not handle with the strain of working for her and understanding how she wanted things to run,” the insider continued.
When contacted, Meghan’s spokesman declined to comment.
Meghan was accused of reducing servants to tears when residing at Kensington Palace during her time as a princess. In an email received in October of 2018, Meghan and Prince Harry’s communications assistant, Jason Knauf, reported the alleged behavior to palace officials.
According to Page Six, a spokesman for Meghan and Harry earlier described the claims against her as a “planned smear campaign.”
“It’s no coincidence that inaccurate, several-year-old charges aimed at discrediting the duchess are being given to the British media moments before she and the duke are supposed to speak openly and honestly about their recent experience.”
This comes just a week after the Times of London revealed that the outcome of the investigation into Meghan’s bullying allegations could be postponed until 2022.
The “highly confidential inquiry, which is being handled by an independent legal firm,” was not supposed to be mentioned in the annual Sovereign Grant report due out this week, according to the journal. The investigation is still ongoing, according to royal insiders, and the results may not be published until next year.