Meghan Markle‘s squad is coming to her protection.
Two days after The Times published anonymous allegations that Meghan bullied her staffers and left royal aides in tears, the Duchess of Sussex’s associates are talking out on her behalf.
In response to the article, Buckingham Palace announced it would launch an investigation into the alleged incidents from about two years in the past.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie, who co-wrote the guide Discovering Freedom in regards to the Sussexes final yr, spoke to unnamed friends of Meghan’s, together with one which mentioned, “Harry and Meghan knew that it could get ugly” forward of their interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, March 7. The pal referred to as the bullying claims “an apparent try at destroying her character,” and added that they’re “distressing and upsetting.”
A author for Fits, the present on which Meghan performed Rachel Zane from 2011 to 2018, additionally stood up for his former colleague. “It is also doable the Duchess of Sussex is an efficient individual thrust into an unimaginable world,” Jon Cowan wrote on Twitter on Thursday, March 4. “Having spent 3 years working together with her in her pre-Duchess days, I noticed a heat, type, caring individual. I do know nothing of her present state of affairs however she will get the advantage of the doubt in my guide.”