Buckingham Palace Says “Lessons Have Been Learned” Following Meghan Markle Bullying Accusations

According to new reports, Buckingham Palace says lessons have been learned from a review of royal staff’s allegations of bullying against Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, although it declined to give details of the report’s conclusions. Here’s what you need to know.

The HR review was announced by the palace last March after the Times newspaper reported that Meghan, the American wife of Queen Elizabeth’s grandson Prince Harry, had faced allegations including making some of her assistants cry and others like that mistreated that she had resigned.

Buckingham Palace says ‘lessons have been learned’ after Meghan Markle bullying allegations

The couple issued a statement denying they had bullied anyone, and shortly after, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, she accused the Palace of “perpetuating untruths.”

Michael Stevens, the Queen’s Treasurer, known as the “Keeper of the Privy Purse”, said the privately funded review, conducted by an independent law firm, was set up to examine the handling of the allegations and the practices to improve in all royal households. “The review is complete and recommendations regarding our policies and procedures have been implemented,” Stevens told reporters. “But we will not comment further.”

According to the Times report, a senior adviser to Harry and Meghan had filed a complaint in October 2018 alleging that the Duchess had bullied some of her assistants and that the prince had asked the adviser to drop the matter, which then never went any further . The palace ordered a review, saying it was “very concerned” and everyone involved, including current and former employees, has been informed of the outcome. Royal sources declined to say whether the Duchess herself was involved.

“I think the goals have been met because the lessons have been learned,” said a senior royal source.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth was reportedly relieved that Meghan Markle didn’t attend Prince Philip’s funeral last year. According to royal author Tom Bower, who is launching a new book called Revenge, Queen Elizabeth made it pretty clear she was glad the then-pregnant Duchess of Sussex stayed home. The Queen reportedly said, “Thank God Meghan isn’t coming.”

Bower also detailed the difficult relationship between Prince Harry and the rest of the royal family in his book. He wrote: “The only uncertainty was the relationship between Harry and his family. How would he deal with his father and brother? Meghan had given her seven-month pregnancy as the reason for not traveling.

At Windsor Castle, the Queen prepared to face the public on one of the saddest days of her life. Philip had been her rock for the past 70 years. To comply with Covid restrictions, she would mourn alone in the chapel. ‘Thank God Meghan isn’t coming,’ the monarch said in a clear voice to her trusted aides.”

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