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Meghan Markle bullying claims cast shadow over royal’s lifestyle brand

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A former royal aide’s claims have cast a dark shadow over Meghan Markle’s latest business venture. Samantha Cohen, who was a Buckingham Palace staffer nearly 20 years, confirmed she was questioned during an investigation into claims of bullying made against the Duchess of Sussex.

Cohen, who spoke to the Australian newspaper the Herald Sun, left in 2019. "Where there’s smoke, there’s fire," British royals expert Hilary Fordwich told Fox News Digital. "There have been too many examples of the ‘Sussex Survivors Club’ for the allegations not to be true. … In contrast, not even one such report has ever been raised regarding Kate Middleton.

Ask her family’s butcher from when she was a little girl growing up. "She was [described] as a polite little girl," Fordwich shared. "He was [later] invited to her wedding to Prince William in Westminster Abbey.

An amazing track record indeed." While Cohen didn’t directly speak about the investigation, she revealed the palace was unable to find a replacement aide for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex due to high staff turnover. "I was only supposed to stay for six months but stayed for 18.

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