They call themselves the 'Sussex Survivors Club'.
In a new incriminating book, to be released on October 6 and dubbed
Brokers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown
, royal expert Valentine Low interviewed former employees of Kesington Palace, who worked for Meghan Markle, and for her husband the prince Harry, before their departure for California in 2020. Their revelations, always more damning, then revive the controversy over the “odious” behavior that the duchess would have had with her staff.
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"A narcissistic sociopath", describes in unison all the people who have worked with her.
Tyrannical, odious, wicked, Meghan Markle would have made a large number of employees cry, yet determined to provide him with the best care.
“Everyone knew the institution would be judged on their happiness.
The mistake they made was thinking she wanted to be happy,” a former staff member says in the book.
“She wanted to be rejected, because she had been obsessed with this narrative from day one.”
The employees then felt manipulated.
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The book wouldn't paint a very good portrait of Prince >Harry either.
Indeed, he assures that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would not have liked to discuss with the junior staff.
A source told The Times they took it as 'an insult'.
Rumors of Meghan Markle's bad behavior with herself actually date back to 2017, after her engagement to Prince Harry.
According to several sources, an employee of Kensington Palace had come to complain to the couple about the sometimes abusive treatment felt by the staff.
But the prince's wife would then have replied: "It's not my job to pamper people".
In 2021, Buckingham Palace even launched an internal investigation to unravel the true from the false in the face of these accusations.
A report that has never been disclosed.
For her part, Meghan Markle has always denied the accusations of her staff.