Royal Family criticized for having “double standards”

Tensions soared between the Harry and Meghan and the Royal Family after appearing on the interview with Oprah Winfrey

Shortly after Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview, the Royal family is facing accusations of having “double standards” over the matter of requesting to probe into the bullying claims against the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.

Tensions soared between the pair and the Royal Family when it was unveiled that Harry and Meghan would give Oprah Winfrey a wide-ranging interview-going against Windsors’ long-held mantra of “never complain, never justify.”

Short snippets from the interview reveal, the duchess that she can’t be made to “only be quiet” if the Royal Family plays an “active part” in “perpetuating falsehoods” about her.

In an interview, the co-author of Harry and Meghan’s biography, Finding Freedom, asked whether the palace had requested an investigation into the duchess, but had not done so with Prince Andrew.

Buckingham Palace announced on Wednesday that it will investigate charges of harassment against the Duchess during her tenure as a working princess after The Times newspaper revealed that she had “destroyed” one member of the staff and left another in tears.

Author Carolyn Durant said, “There have been a couple of double expectations that we’re talking about.

She continued, “why is there an investigation into this bullying but there’s not been an investigation into Prince Andrew and the allegations surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and the women who have made allegations?

“The ‘double standards'”, she added, “were something Meghan had ‘really struggled with’ and ‘her peers were worried about her.”

Harry and Meghan claimed that they were victims of a deliberate campaign of defamation, while their counsel said that the allegations against Meghan were founded on “misleading and malicious lies.”

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