The judgment of the investigation into the bullying of Meghan Markle could be delayed by a year.
The speculation comes straight from the Times, which cites inside sources saying the investigation into the allegations against the Duchess of Sussex will not be mentioned in the next Sovereign Grant report – an annual financial statement released by The Royal Household.
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According to British media, the investigation is “ongoing” and could be mentioned in next year’s report; or it could be treated privately within the institution.
Representatives for Buckingham and Kensington Palace did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Allegations against the 39-year-old Duchess came to light in March shortly before her and Prince Harry’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.
At the time, complaints from palace staff were reportedly leaked to the UK press, which claims the Duchess of Sussex shouted at some staff for minor infractions and made very specific requests ahead of her marriage to Harry, according to one another Times report. .
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Meghan’s team vehemently denies these claims and have asked to see any evidence to support these claims, according to The Daily Mail.
“The Duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, especially as someone who has been bullied and is deeply committed to supporting those who have suffered pain and trauma,” a spokesperson told Fox. word of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. News in March.
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Despite the denial, Buckingham Palace announced it had launched a human resources investigation into the case.
“We are clearly very concerned about the Times allegations following the claims of former employees of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Accordingly, our HR team will review the circumstances described in the article, ”the palace wrote to Fox News. “Staff members involved at the time, including those who have left home, will be invited to participate to see if any lessons can be learned. The Royal Household has had a policy of dignity in the workplace for a number of years and will not and will not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace. ”
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While it has only been three months since the Royal Palace publicly addressed the investigation, an outside law firm has been commissioned to investigate the allegations against the Duchess of Sussex, the Times reports.