The King and Royal Family are being urged to hit back at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix series by supporting former staffers who have accused Meghan of bullying.
Ex-employees bound by confidentiality agreements should be allowed to speak out, according to a former Buckingham Palace employee who has complained about the Duchess’ behaviour.
The call came on the eve of the release of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary, which is expected to see the couple slam their treatment and repeat allegations of racism within the royal family.
The couple faced the press in New York yesterday, where Prince Harry brushed off questions like “do you put money before family?” and ‘Are you harming your family, Harry?’
Someone also shouted, “Harry, what do you think about destroying the royal family?”
He simply replied, “So many questions,” as the pair posed for photos at the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization, where they received the Ripple of Hope Award for their work on racial justice and mental health.
The former palace aide is calling for the lifting of non-disclosure agreements to allow those who have worked with the Sussexes to speak up, and is urging members of the royal family to “reject their lies”.
After being upset by two trailers released last week, the ex-employee told The Times: “It’s emotionally draining. It feels like there’s no end to it.
“I’ve certainly chosen to remain silent out of respect for the Crown, but if they continue to attack us and our characters, our reputation, etc, we must feel that we have equal support from the Royal Family.”
The Duke and Duchess have denied previous allegations that Meghan bullied staff, while the Palace has declined to release the results of a review of these claims by an independent law firm.
Meanwhile, yesterday was business as usual for the King and Prince of Wales.
Charles was in Westminster helping Business In The Community members celebrate the organization’s 40th anniversary, while William was at Windsor Castle where he presented business mentor Shalini Khemka with a CBE for services to entrepreneurship.
Hours before the launch of the £88million, six-episode Netflix docuseries, Meghan’s podcast Archetypes won an award at the People’s Choice Awards in LA.
In a post on her and Harry’s Archewell website, the Duchess wrote: “Thank you to all Archetypes supporters and fans who voted for us for this special People’s Choice Award.
“I loved putting my hands into the process, sitting in bed late at night, writing and creating. And I loved diving deep into meaningful conversations with my diverse and inspiring guests.”
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https://metro.co.uk/2022/12/08/bullied-staff-urge-palace-to-fight-back-against-meghan-and-harry-17898894/ "Bullied employees" urge Palace to fight back against Meghan and Harry