Buckingham Palace recently announced an inquiry would be held into reports that claimed Meghan bullied royal staff. However, royal officials are set to hand the inquiry over to independent external investigators. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are unlikely to be asked to help with the inquiry, despite them having written to the Palace about it, which could suggest more “harrowing stories” could emerge.
A royal source told The Sunday Times: “The actual worst incidences haven’t come out. There are some harrowing stories to tell.”
A number of former and current royal aides are expected to give details to the inquiry after they were prevented from giving evidence during Meghan’s recent legal case.
Another Palace source added: “There’s a lot that could come out in the wash that hasn’t been told.”
It comes after two senior members of staff were reported to have claimed last month they were bullied by Meghan.
Another former employee was also reported to have said they had been “humiliated” and claimed two members of staff had been bullied.
Meghan has denied the allegations.
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