New accounts of alleged bullying behavior by Meghan Markle have been posted on Bomb snippet from a new book written by London Times Royal Correspondent Valentine Louthe respected reporter who first reported formal complaints about Meghan by senior Buckingham Palace staff that she had intimidated staff.
In the new excerpt from Low’s book titled Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown Set to be published early next month in the UK, Low allegedly repeatedly left staff members in tears and trembling with fear after exposing them to or in anticipation of angry speeches.
Meghan previously claimed the accusations were part of a “calculated smear campaign”.
Law also claims that after a series of public engagements in Australia, many people heard Meghan say, “I can’t believe I wasn’t paid for this.”
Lu wrote that in 2017, six months before their engagement, she told one of Harry’s advisers, “I think we both know I’m going to be one of your bosses soon.”
“do not worry. If there’s anyone else I can actually ask for, I’ll ask them for you.“
– Alleged comment from Meghan Markle to employees
Lou claims Meghan saw dealing with junior staff as an “insult”, and when she gently advised in late 2017 to go easy on her and Harry’s staff, she reportedly replied, “It’s not my job to pamper people.”
Low also claims that Meghan threatened Harry that she would break up with him if he did not publicly announce that she was his girlfriend.
A low quote from a source says: “She was saying, ‘If you don’t make a statement confirming I’m your girlfriend, I’ll break up with you.'” “
Another source told Low, “It was scary, saying, ‘You’re going to get rid of me. “
However, it is the allegations of bullying that are likely to be most damaging to Meghan and Harry.
After speaking to one of the individuals “especially harsh” in front of the other staff, Meghan allegedly told the person, “Don’t worry. If there’s anyone else I can actually ask for, I’ll ask them for you.”
Lu says Prince William, when he heard of the incident, consoled the woman, assuring her that she was doing a “really good job”, causing her to burst into tears.
A staff member who missed a call from Meghan reportedly said: “She didn’t call back. I’m terrified…this is so ridiculous. I can’t stop shaking.”
Low Details A staff member’s claim that Meghan and Harry booed them over the phone over and over on Friday night while the employee was out for dinner.
“You cannot escape from them. There were no lines or boundaries – it was the last thing at night, and first thing in the morning.“
– former employee
The anonymous employee was quoted as saying, “Every ten minutes, I had to come out to yell at her and Harry. It was like, ‘I can’t believe you did this.’ you disappointed me. What were you thinking?’ It lasted for a few hours.”
The employee claimed that the calls went on for “days,” adding, “You can’t escape them. There were no lines or boundaries—it was the last thing at night, first thing in the morning.”
Another source tells Low: “There were a lot of broken people. Young women were broken because of their behaviour.”
Megan has previously denied allegations of bullying. It was posted just before Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey was broadcast live.
“Let’s just call this what it is – a calculated defamation campaign based on disinformation and harmful information,” read a statement from a Sussex spokesperson released in March 2021. “We are disappointed to see this defamatory depiction of the Duchess of Sussex being given credibility by a media outlet. Not It is a coincidence that the British media have been made aware of the distorted accusations aimed at undermining the Duchess for several years shortly before her appointment with the Duke to speak openly and honestly about their experience in recent years.”
a little, He said the material had been passed According to sources, “I felt that only a partial version emerged of Meghan’s two-year career as a working member of the royal family” who wanted “the public to have insight into their side of the story before watching the highly publicized couple’s interview with Winfrey”.
Meghan’s lawyer Jenny Afia previously told a documentary: ‘What bullying actually means is the inappropriate, repeated and deliberate use of force to hurt someone physically or emotionally. The Duchess of Sussex outright denies doing so. Knowing her as I do, I can’t believe she would. That. It just doesn’t match my experience with it at all.”
The Daily Beast has contacted Meghan and Harry’s office for comment.