Ex-Palace employees ‘seething with rage’ over ‘Harry & Meghan’ ‘lies’

The first rule of the palace is don’t talk about the palace.

A former Buckingham Palace staffer who claims he was bullied by the Duchess of Sussex on Wednesday called on Britain’s monarchy to fight back against allegations expected in the Harry & Meghan documentaries.

The clerk, who no longer works at the palace, told the Times UK that the only way to clear up the allegations is to lift the restrictions on their non-disclosure agreements and allow staff to speak freely.

A former palace official said Buckingham Palace should remove NDAs so they can combat this "Lie" in the coming "Harry & Megan" Netflix documentaries.
A former staffer said Buckingham Palace should lift staff non-disclosure agreements so they can fight the “lies” in upcoming Netflix documentaries Harry & Meghan.
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“The only way to end it once and for all is to give us the floor and the Palace to firmly reject its lies,” the former staffer said.

However, Buckingham Palace has steadfastly not responded to the couple’s claims. The former worker told the Times they felt the silence was a mistake and the palace should “step forward” and “respond publicly.” [the Sussexes’] Attacks.”

“It’s emotionally draining,” added the anonymous ex-employee. “It feels like there’s no end to it.”

Netflix released the one-minute trailer for the six-episode docuseries on Monday, which sees Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan, 41, discuss the challenges of life at the company.

A former Buckingham Palace employee - who claims to have been bullied by the Duchess of Sussex - urged the British monarchy on Wednesday to fight back against allegations likely to be made in the period ahead "Harry and Megan" documentations.
A former Buckingham Palace staffer who claims he was bullied by the Duchess of Sussex on Wednesday called on Britain’s monarchy to fight back against allegations expected in Netflix’s Harry & Meghan documentaries.
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“There is a hierarchy in the family,” Prince Harry said in the video. “You know, there are leaks, but stories are also being planted. Nobody knows the full truth. We know the full truth.”

The former palace worker claimed to the Times that Markle often calls on journalist Omid Scobie to get her side of the story across.

“They always use vague terms ‘the truth’, ‘my truth’, but nothing concrete is said,” they told the newspaper.

The employee said the only way to clear up the allegations was to lift the non-disclosure agreement restrictions and allow the employees to speak freely.
The staffer, who no longer works at the palace, said the only way to clear up the allegations is to lift the NDA’s restrictions and allow staff to speak freely.
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While all palace staff sign strict non-disclosure agreements to work there, the former staffer claimed to the Times that Markle is pushing buttons and claimed she hopes they break non-disclosure agreements.

“She knows we can’t protect ourselves financially by going to court, so she’s pushing on. Everything is a game for them. And she loves it,” they said. “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.”

Another source told the British newspaper that palace insiders were “seeming with anger” at the claims made in forthcoming documentaries.

Netflix on Monday released the one-minute trailer for the six-episode docuseries, which sees Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan, 41, discuss the challenges of life at Windsor Corporation.
Netflix on Monday released the one-minute trailer for the six-episode docuseries, which sees Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan, 41, discuss the challenges of life in the royal family.
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The trailer was also criticized by online trolls, who called the series “hypocritical”.

“I love the part where Harry and Meghan write a letter that makes it clear that the monarchy is a terribly repressive system,” mused one user. “Right before signing their letter ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’.”

“I love the part when Harry suddenly realizes there is a hierarchy after 39 years in the royal family,” they wrote.

The first three episodes of “Harry & Meghan” are scheduled to premiere on Netflix on December 8th, with the last three episodes on December 15th.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/07/ex-palace-staffers-seething-with-rage-over-harry-meghan-lies/ Ex-Palace employees ‘seething with rage’ over ‘Harry & Meghan’ ‘lies’

Emma Bowman

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