The book reveals new details about the allegations that Meghan Markle intimidated the palace staff.
Just four days before the interview of Markle and the prince harry with Oprah Winfrey, The Times of London published two reports accusing the Duchess of Sussex.
The Times he cited emails in his articles, suggesting that a staff member had leaked the information to the press.
One of those emails was from the former Sussex communications director, Jason Knauf, who wrote to Kensington Palace’s private secretary Simon Case in October 2018.
According to authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, Knauf wrote that he was “very concerned” about Markle’s behavior.
claiming she was “able to intimidate two personal assistants outside the home during the past year”.
“The tratment of [nombre redactado] it was totally unacceptable, “he wrote Knauf.
However, Buckingham Palace announced an investigation into the allegations on Wednesday, March 3.
Knauf will step down from his current position as executive director of the Royal Foundation of Prince William and Kate Middleton in December.
What finally happened to the employees who accused Meghan?
The new Finding Freedom epilogue revealed that those who alleged bullying by Meghan Markle have rescinded their complaints to Human Resources