Changes in the royal staff after a bullying report by Meghan Markle

An investigation into alleged bullying by the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, of royal family employees has led to improved internal procedures, but her details will remain confidential, a Buckingham Palace source said.

No details were revealed in about the changes in act within the royal team in order to protect the privacy of those who participated in the independent investigation, according to the same source.

In March 2021, the Times revealed allegations of bullying against Prince Harry’s wife while living in Kensington Palace before the two resigned from their royal duties, while Buckingham Palace considered these allegations “very troubling”.

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The palace said that “employees involved in the alleged bullying, including those who have stopped working for the royal family, will be invited to participate in the investigation to see if lessons are learned,” stressing that “it will not tolerate and will not tolerate any reported bullying in the workplace “.

The Times reported that Jason Nove, a former liaison with Harry and Meghan, filed a lawsuit in October 2018 over bullying the royal family’s aides.

Megan, for her part, denied the allegations.

The Sunday Times newspaper recently touched on the internal reforms cited Thursday by the source, and also spoke of disappointment among the participants in the investigation at the “burial” of its details and the failure to publish its results.