Palace 'afraid' of Meghan and Harry: here's why the investigation report into harassment allegations against Meghan will never be released

Steph Deschamps / July 12, 2022

Buckingham Palace staff are worried, according to The Mirror. They fear that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will cause another world of hurt and go on to play the victim to Oprah Winfrey in a second interview. At least this is what royal expert Duncan Larcombe revealed in the program The Royal Beat.
These fears may be behind the palace's decision not to release a report on Meghan Markle's alleged bullying of staff. Jason Knauff took the risk of telling Prince William, his supervisor, about the concerns he had about his staff and how they were being treated by one of the royals. This is not only unusual, but absolutely unprecedented in the Queen's reign, said Duncan Larcombe.
He continued, I think the reason they're not releasing any of this is because the Palace is afraid of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. I think they know that if they release the report, the next thing that will potentially happen is for Harry and Meghan to play the victim and go talk to Oprah and cause another world of hurt.
Last June, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were indeed spotted parking outside the American host's mansion. They were then photographed entering the property. The palace is therefore afraid that another interview is in preparation.
According to reports in June, the investigation into allegations that Meghan Markle bullied members of her staff will never be published. The palace, however, reportedly improved its human resources policies and procedures as a result of the investigation - which was privately funded by the Queen - but no longer plans to make a public statement about the investigation or publicly acknowledge the series of changes.
An independent law firm conducted the investigation, and some participants were reportedly disappointed that the report was buried. The Sunday Times said the report was kept secret to protect those involved and also to avoid further clashes between the Sussexes and the palace.
Meghan's lawyers called the allegations a calculated smear campaign launched before her interview with Oprah Winfrey.


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