Palace ‘won’t rush’ bullying inquiry: Probe into claims about Duchess of Sussex might not release findings until 2022
- Buckingham Palace says it may not release findings into inquiry until next year
- Up to 12 people could give evidence in the investigation into couple’s behaviour
- It comes after Meghan accused of ‘driving out’ two PAs from royal household
- One former aide branded Duke and Duchess of Sussex as ‘outrageous bullies’
The Buckingham Palace inquiry into claims that Harry and Meghan bullied their staff may not release its findings until next year.
The Queen launched the probe into the behaviour of her grandson and his wife following allegations they inflicted ‘emotional cruelty’ on aides and ‘drove them out’.
Royal sources said they have set ‘no timeframe’ for the investigation, which could see as many as 12 people give evidence.
While they stressed that any resulting changes to workplace practices will be made public in the annual Sovereign Grant report, they could not say whether it would be in this year’s review or the next.
A source said: ‘There will be no push to rush through this. It is a very sensitive issue.
‘The fact we are doing this and have made clear we are very concerned about the allegations shows how seriously this is being taken.’
On Wednesday night the Queen launched an historic probe into the…