Meghan was the opportunistic shrew who was running the show, as we all suspected…
But, thanks to all of the recent hot new leaks from the palace, our hypothesis has been verified. Meghan, the little “sweetheart,” turns out to be more like the evil lady from the movie “The Devil Wears Prada.”
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She’s also been accused of bullying her coworkers, causing them to “shake” and “cry.”
The accusations are so serious that Meghan has been formally investigated by the Palace.
Meghan has slammed the Palace, referring to them as “The Firm” and accusing them of lying and attempting to “smear” her.
Meghan, on the other hand, is the one who is looking the worst.
Palace insiders are now admitting to giving Harry a nickname just before his wedding.
According to sources, palace staff dubbed Prince Harry “the hostage” on the eve of his wedding to Meghan Markle in 2018.
The news comes after last week’s palace leaks revealed that Markle intimidated palace staff, leaving several of them in tears. The pair, who lost their royal duties after relocating to Los Angeles last year, is set to appear on CBS tomorrow in a candid interview with Oprah Winfrey.
According to sources, Markle was enraged that the tiara she wanted to wear for the wedding could not be loaned out for a hair appointment, prompting the nickname “hostage.”
Angela Kelly, the Queen’s closest aide, became embroiled in the squabble. According to The Telegraph, “Angela told Harry that it was invaluable and couldn’t be given out on short notice.” “He became enraged and yelled, ‘What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.’ It’s safe to say it didn’t go over well.”
Despite having first pick of the crown jewels, Markle was disappointed, according to a palace source. “She was still looking for an excuse to say she had been deprived. She was also looking for drama from the start.”
Regardless of how you slice it, the WAR we’ve all been waiting for has begun.
And it would be difficult for a D-list actress from a show that no one has ever seen to fight a public relations war against a royal family with hundreds of years of history and millions of fans.