Britain trembles before Oprah Winfrey meets Prince Harry and Meghan.
In a new clip, Meghan accuses the royal family of deliberately spreading lies about her and Harry.
Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has launched an investigation after former employees revealed that Meghan had bullied them during her time in the royal family.
The talk show icon will be broadcast on Monday Oprah Winfreys Fantastic interview with Prince Harry and Megan. Early on, it was clear that the couple would tell everything and wouldn’t stray from any of Oprah’s questions.
Videos from the interview were already shared and the temperature was properly raised before anyone could see the entire programme.
In the interview, Meghan talked about racism and Harry about how what they experienced is similar to what his mother Princess Diana was forced to experience.
In the final clip, which was released yesterday, Meghan said she was not afraid of the consequences of speaking out in a major TV interview.
The answer came after Oprah Winfrey’s question:
– How do you feel that today the court hears your telling the truth?
– I don’t know how they can expect, after all this time, to sit quietly if at the same time the “company” is deliberately lying about us, she says and continues:
– And if there is a risk of losing things, I mean… there is already a lot that is lost.
Bullying investigation started
CBS television, which is broadcasting the interview in the United States on Monday, released the clip on the same day that Buckingham Palace announced that they had launched an investigation into Meghan’s bullying of several of its employees.
The Times revealed, Tuesday, that employees raised the alarm in the fall of 2018, after two assistants were already forced to resign, and stated that Meghan lacked confidence in a third employee.
– Nothing good for her… She made the staff shiver with fear, the source told The Times.
Several sources tell the newspaper that Meghan deliberately tried to make the situation unsustainable, portraying herself as a victim and convincing Harry of the need to leave the country.
It was the couple’s PR assistant Jason Knauf who sounded the alarm, despite Prince Harry’s plea for him not to, The Times writes.
Knauf contacted Court Human Resources Director Samantha Carothers and sent an email to Prince Charles’ closest associate, Simon Case.
He wrote in the email that he is concerned that “nothing will be done” and Samantha Carothers fully agrees with him that “the situation is very serious”.
Harry and Meghan’s lawyers told the Times that “Buckingham Palace is using the newspaper to incite an incorrect copy” ahead of the televised interview with Oprah.
It is said that when Buckingham Palace now begins investigating Meghan’s alleged bullying and puts the work around Harry and Meghan, former and current employees will be invited.
“Our HR team will investigate the circumstances of the article,” Packing Palace wrote in a statement, adding:
“The royal family has had a ‘dignity at work’ policy for a number of years and does not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace.”
Sorry for the accusations.
Meghan comments on the new information in The Times via her spokesperson:
“The Duchess is saddened by the recent allegations against her as a person. Especially as she has been the target of bullying and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma.”
According to the Daily Mail, former employees of Harry and Meghan have joined the Sussex Survivors Club, an organization for those who survived the Duke’s couple, with some claiming to have developed symptoms of post-traumatic stress and concern about Meghan and Harry. way of treating them.
Sources inside Buckingham Place told the Daily Mail they are outraged that Meghan is suggesting they are waging a smear campaign against her:
It is unpleasant and ridiculous to suggest that someone in court is publishing misinformation and leaked details. There are far more important things to deal with than appearing in the media, the person tells the newspaper.
The latter refers to the fact that Queen Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip, 99, has just undergone heart surgery.
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