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Another 10 Kensington Palace staff complained about Meghan Markle's abusive behavior

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Staff at the royal court allegedly called Meghan the Monster Markle for arrogance and callousness. We tell you the details.

A few days ago, Jason Knauf, the former communications secretary who worked alongside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in 2018, claimed that Meghan had humiliated Kensington Palace staff. According to Knauf, Markle kicked out two personal assistants and undermined the credibility of a third employee. In addition, the palace staff was allegedly under unbearable pressure from Marco, and Harry begged Knauf not to file a complaint.

According to The Times, Knauf filed the complaint in October 2018, when Harry and Meghan were still living in England and working for the royal family, but the story has only now become public. Harry and Meghan deny all the allegations, and Buckingham Palace has said it will investigate Markle's alleged bullying of the palace staff. And the reason for the investigation, it seems, is still there: at the moment, at least ten employees of Kensington Palace are ready to talk about Meghan's offensive behavior.

According to an insider from the royal family, Markle blames Kate Middleton and Prince Charles ' wife Camilla for the incident, as he believes that they turned the palace staff against her. Rumors that Meghan is disliked by the staff of the royal court, went before, even when she and Harry lived in England. So, the staff allegedly gave her the nickname Monster Markle for arrogance and callousness. The servants were annoyed that the Duchess slept until noon and gave out many different orders.

Meghan was defended by John Cowan, the former writer and executive producer of the series “Force Majeure", in which Markle starred before she married Harry. “I worked with her for three years and all this time I knew her as a warm, kind and caring person. I don't know anything about her current situation, maybe she just found herself in unimaginable circumstances,” Cowan tweeted.

The lawyer for Harry and Meghan believes that Buckingham Palace is deliberately spreading false rumors ahead of the release of the couple's interview with TV presenter Oprah Winfrey. In the issue, which will be released on March 7, Meghan and Harry will talk for the first time about their marriage, as well as about the reasons for leaving the royal family and moving to America. Earlier, the couple announced that they are expecting their second child.

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