Meghan Markle has been in the news a lot lately.
But for a change, she hasn’t been at the center of coverage of the royal family in British tabloids lately.
Instead, Meghan’s place was temporarily taken over by the memoirist Prince Harry. spare It sparked one of the biggest scandals in the history of the Windsor family.
But it’s impossible for the media to talk about Harry without talking about Meghan.
Therefore, it should not be surprising. spare The discourse sparked renewed interest in Meghan’s past.
And since the goal of certain “journalists” is always to discredit Meghan and damage her reputation, they’ve been delving into the more scandalous side of her past in recent weeks.
Of course, that means we’re open to another discussion over Meghan’s alleged bullying of Kensington Palace staff.
Latest comments on this subject, courtesy of Valentine Low. Courtiers: Intrigue, Ambitions, and the Powers Behind House Windsor.
“People I’ve spoken to are absolutely sticking to their story, claiming Meghan bullied them,” Law told Page Six this week.
“Of course, I wasn’t in the room and didn’t hear Meghan’s side, so I can’t speak the truth about that.
“But my sources are still very fixated on their story.”
The story initially came to light thanks to an email claim written by communications director Jason Knauf, who briefly worked for Harry and Meghan following their tenure with Prince William and Kate Middleton.
“We are deeply concerned that the Duchess has been able to bully two PAs out of the home over the past year. X*’s treatment was totally unacceptable,” Knauf’s complaint reads. I was.
“The Duchess always seems to have someone in her sights,” continued Knauf.
“She is bullying Y and trying to hurt her confidence. We keep getting reports from people who have witnessed unacceptable behavior towards Y.”
“I am concerned that nothing will be done,” he added.
The royal family claims they first tried to bury the email for fear it could affect their reputation.
“They don’t want another fight with Harry and Meghan. It’s very clear,” Low told Page Six.
“[The Palace] We received a lot of criticism from the media for not releasing it. ”
Unsurprisingly, the media portrayal of Meghan as an employer is quite different from the one Harry provides in his memoir.
According to the Duke of Sussex, Markle was an exemplary boss who “checked on sick staff and sent baskets of food and flowers and goodies to those who were distressed, depressed or absent from illness”.
She also “buys pizza and biscuits and hosts tea parties and ice cream socials” for her staff, he said.
As is often the case with this sort of thing, the truth is probably somewhere in between.
But the blistering view of the situation in the UK media will undoubtedly be amplified by the loudest voices.