Queen Elizabeth will not release a report on the alleged harassment of Meghan Markle

Happy Humpback Day, it’s time to immerse ourselves in the royal drama. Let me take you back to March 2021, just a few days before * to * interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with Oprahwhen he is a royal assistant alleges that Meghan mistreated her and “expelled two personal assistants from the household and violated the trust of a third member of staff.” For many, the timing of this exclusive was convenient.

This was followed by an investigation into the alleged harassment in the palace and promises that the full report would be released when the investigation is completed. But no report ever surfaced, prompting gossip that Queen Elizabeth II had “buried” him.

According to Fun Tonightroyal expert Katie Nicholl, “All I hear right now from the palace is that the Queen doesn’t want more drama. She just doesn’t want dirty bedding to be broadcast in public anymore.”

Nicholl explained that the Queen’s motive was to “limit any further damage” to everyone involved, from the monarchy, to staff members who spoke to Meghan as well.

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“Well, it has been speculated that the reason this investigation will essentially not see the light of day, at least in public, is to protect those who spoke out and made these allegations of harassment against the Duchess of Sussex, to protect their privacy, to protect their anonymity, “Nicholl said.” And there is some speculation that this would not be a particularly pleasant read for the Duchess of Sussex, and perhaps she is protected in all of it. “

It is certainly worth noting that Meghan and Harry denied the allegations through a spokesperson’s statement and called them a “calculated slanderous campaign.”

“The duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, especially as someone who has been the target of harassment and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma,” the statement said.

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