Meghan Markle was a bully in Buckingham Palace will reportedly “never be published”.Efforts have now been made to improve the quality and systems of human resources in the Palace, although The Times reports that some participants in the probe are “deeply disappointed” and weren’t told it had finished – or that the results had been finalised.The inquest was carried out by a law firm, independently of the palace and its employees, to find out whether Meghan had caused “real stress and trauma” with her behaviour, something she strenuously denied.Sources inside the Palace have said that changes will be made, even though the results will remain “buried”.The source said efforts were underway on “improving the policies and procedures” and that the results were classified to save the privacy of people involved in the investigation.More is expected to be announced in the Sovereign Grant report later this monthCourtiers have since said that the probe’s results would “not be played out in public” in order to ensure people involved remained as “comfortable” as possible.The Times was told by a royal insider: “The actual worst incidences haven’t come out.

There are some harrowing stories to tell.”The Queen is widely reported to have been the source of the funding into the probe.The investigations were launched after leaked documents were sent to The Times containing emails from 2018 sent by Meghan’s former press secretary.Jason Knauf said he was “very concerned” the Duchess of Sussex “was able to bully two PAs out of the household” and described her behaviour as “totally unacceptable”.“The Duchess seems intent on always having someone in her sights [and] I remain concerned that nothing will be done,” he wrote.Accusations of bullying.