Queen Elizabeth does not want the palace’s “dirty linens” to be publicly broadcast.
After it was revealed that Buckingham Palace would not release a report to the public on an investigation into claims that Meghan Markle “bullyed” palace staff, ET royal expert, Katie Nicholl, said the Queen is doing her best to keep the matter in check. has been in-house” after a particularly dramatic year for the royal family.
Nicole shared, “What I’m hearing outside the palace at the moment is that the Queen doesn’t want any more drama. She doesn’t want any more dirty linens aired in public.”
She continued, “By taking it into the house, which is essentially what the Queen has done, she is trying to limit any further damage, further damage to the monarchy, potentially any further damage to those staff members.” Damage to those who have made these allegations and possibly to the Duchess of Sussex, who has denied those allegations.”
Trying to limit any further damage to those involved, Nicole said the Palace is trying to protect those involved as well as the Queen is attempting to bury reports of Meghan’s bullying.
“Well, it has been speculated that this investigation is not necessarily going to see the light of day, at least publicly, is to protect those who spoke out and the bullying against the Duchess of Sussex to protect her privacy, to protect her anonymity. And there is some speculation that this will not be a particularly pleasant reading for the Duchess of Sussex, and that she is probably being protected in all of this. . “
Ultimately, Nicole said, it’s a matter of keeping this particularly “inflammatory” story under the radar in an effort to preserve the monarchy’s reputation.
“But I think it’s really a case of keeping a very inflammatory story under the radar, not allowing it to be made public and I think trying to preserve and preserve the integrity of the method in all of this.” Those employees, of the Duchess of Sussex and indeed of the prestige of the monarchy,” she added.
The bullying investigation was launched in March 2021 following a report by many times It was published days before Meghan and Prince Harry’s stellar interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Reportedly, Meghan faced a bullying complaint at Kensington Palace in October 2018, claiming she had “kicked two personal assistants out of the house and was undermining the confidence of a third staff member.”
A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry denied the allegation, calling it a “math smear campaign”.
In June 2021, the then much-awaited report got delayed. A source told ET at the time, “The results of the investigation were expected to be released this week, but it has been delayed.
The source said it was unclear whether the full results of the report would ever be made public to the press, or if the Palace would simply issue recommendations on how such matters would be addressed in the future. The source also told ET at the time that no timetable was provided on when the findings would be published.
The Palace and the Queen declined to release their findings, which appears to have reportedly stalled an investigation into Meghan’s alleged bullying.
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