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Megan Markle has been accused of harassing her employees in the UK

The Duchess of Sussex He is accused of harassing his staff in the UK. Buckingham Palace has already launched an investigation following a newspaper report on the victims’ allegations.

According to the Times of London, Markle fired two personal aides and insulted his staff. The newspaper reports that Jason Knopf, who was the communications secretary for Megan and Prince Harry, has already lodged a formal complaint. Nauf now works for Harry’s older brother, Prince William. The palace said it was clearly concerned about the allegations of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex staff.

Buckingham Palace has a policy of intolerance for bullying

A statement from Buckingham Palace said its HR team would “review the situation described in the article” and seek to talk to its current and former staff.

“Royal Household has implemented a Dignity at Work policy for many years and will not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace,” he said.

American actress Megan Markle, the former star of the “Suits” series, married Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson Harry in May 2018 at Windsor Castle. Their son Archie was born the following year.

In early 2020, Meghan and Harry announced that they were resigning their state duties and heading to California, calling for the unbearable intervention and racist attitudes of the British press. They recently bought a house in Santa Barbara and announced they were expecting a second child.

The harassment allegations were made four days before the much-anticipated interview with Opera Winfrey Megan and Harry aired. They arrive within two weeks of the palace announcing that the couple’s separation from official duties is final.

A spokesman for Markle said, “He is saddened by this new attack on his character, especially a person who has been abused and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma.”

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With information from the Associated Press