Entertainment Meghan Markle, victim of destabilization? The Crown the fly without appeal

22:00  03 march  2021
22:00  03 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Meghan Markle, victime de déstabilisation ? La Couronne la mouche sans appel © Backgrid UK / Bestimage Meghan Markle, victim of destabilization? The Crown the fly without appeal Accused of harassment by their former staff, Harry and Meghan Markle denounced a disinformation campaign orchestrated by Buckingham Palace. For its part, the British royal family denied being at the origin of any maneuver.

The atmosphere is tense every day between the Sussexes and the rest of the British royal family, as the highly anticipated interview with Meghan and Harry approaches, by Oprah Winfrey this Sunday, March 7. New twist to date: the Duchess of Sussex is targeted by accusations of moral harassment from her former staff, at Buckingham Palace, revealed by the Times this Wednesday, March 3. Specifically, the former Suits actress was the subject of a bullying and harassment complaint filed by one of her former communications advisers, Jason Knauf, also one of William's henchmen. and Kate . The latter would have based his testimony on the words of three former collaborators, who reproach Meghan Markle for his behavior "totally unacceptable" and "humiliating" towards the assistants of the castle. The couple, whose shock interview promises its share of revelations on CBS , denounced a campaign of "misleading and harmful disinformation" orchestrated by the palace.

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According to Meghan Markle's lawyers, Buckingham Palace would have used the Times to "peddle a totally false story". For its part, the British crown denied any involvement in any libel campaign, through a source close to the royal family at the Daily Mail . If Buckingham Palace refused to speak publicly on the merits of the case, the entourage of the castle indicated that these complaints against Meghan Markle had not been orchestrated by members of the royal family . At present, these remain "focused on the health concerns of Prince Philip", currently hospitalized with an infection. The timing of the broadcast of the interview, scheduled while Harry's grandfather was placed under observation because of a cardiac history, was also strongly criticized against the couple.

Jessica Mulroney Speaks Out in Defense of Meghan Markle amid Bullying Allegations Against Her

  Jessica Mulroney Speaks Out in Defense of Meghan Markle amid Bullying Allegations Against Her "In the face of it all, I have never seen her waver from kindness, empathy and love," Jessica Mulroney said of the Duchess of SussexMulroney shared a throwback photo of the two friends sharing a meal together on Instagram Friday, writing in the caption that Meghan has never wavered from "kindness, empathy and love.

Attacked from all sides

In fact, Meghan Markle is accused of having pushed two collaborators to the limit and "undermined the self-confidence" of a third assistant. Archie's mother, pregnant with her second child , would have been "cruel" to her staff. This embarrassing affair for the Duchess of Sussex comes on top of another revelation from The Times: in October 2018, the American actress would have chosen to wear earrings offered by Mohammed ben Salman , three weeks after the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, sponsored by the Saudi prince according to the CIA. And this, being aware of their origin . Since her arrival in Harry's life, Meghan Markle has been the object of attack from all sides, both in the media and in public opinion. His interview this Sunday, alongside Harry, should provide food for thought to his detractors.

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