Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has accused Buckingham Palace of “perpetuating falsehoods” about herself and her husband Prince Harry, according to an excerpt from her interview with Oprah Winfrey released on Wednesday night, just hours after Buckingham Palace announced it was probing reports about Meghan allegedly bullying her assistants.
The Harry-Markle couple, who left their duties in the Royal Family and expressed the influence of the British boulevard press at every opportunity, are facing new accusations. The Times newspaper claimed that Markle had bullied court employees. A video with a meaningful timing was shared on the CBS channel where the couple was interviewed.
Harry-Meghan Markle, who left his public duties and honorary titles in the British Royal Family and settled in the USA, remains at the top of the dual agenda. The CBS channel released another snippet of the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, which will air on March 7.
Winfrey’s “How will the Royal Palace feel when it hears you tell its truth today?” Accompanied by the sound of a violin playing in the background after the question, Markle said: “While the palace plays an active role in perpetuating the lies about us, I don’t know how it can expect us to remain silent after all this time. If I’m going to risk losing some things because I’ve told them, we’ve already lost a lot. . ”
The timing of CBS to release this new section is meaningful. As a matter of fact, some time before the new 30-second clip was released, the British press raised complaints that Markle was being bullied while in the palace. The news published by The Times newspaper alleged that in the events of October 2018, Markle bullied at least two palace officials and even made the officials cry.
“There’s a lot that’s been lost already.”
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Buckingham Palace, announcing that an investigation has been launched into the allegations, made the following statement: “We are also concerned about the allegations made by former employees against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Harry and Markle). Our team will examine the situation. Everyone who worked at the palace at the time, including those who left office, will be invited to assist to see if a lesson can be learned from this situation. Royal employees will never tolerate and will never tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace. ”
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A press release was also issued from the Markle front on the allegations: “This latest attack on his character upset the Duchess as someone who has also been the target of bullying. He is determined to continue his efforts to spread compassion and set precedent for doing the right thing.”
CBS released the first excerpts of the interview on Monday, with only Harry’s criticism of the British boulevard press and his attitude towards Markle.
Crown Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s second child, Harry, was the 6th-ranked heir to the throne.