Allegations of "bullying" involving Meghan Markle are merely the beginning, according to royal author  

Since one of Meghan Markle's accused bullies is speaking out, further details about the incident are expected to surface, according to royal analyst Tom Bower, author of "Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and the War Between the Windsors."  

This declaration follows Samantha Cohen, a former palace assistant, admitting in an Australian Herald Sun interview that she was one of the ten employees questioned on Markle's purported "bullying."  

Cohen, who prior to preparing Markle for her royal duties in 2017 worked for Queen Elizabeth.  

"It is my belief that Ms. Cohen became irritated after about six months, and that Meghan was either unaware of or disagreed with the non-negotiable aspects of being a princess," Bower wrote.  

The communications secretary Jason Knauf put together a dossier after three female employees accused Meghan Markle of bullying, according to a 2020 Times story.  

There was undoubtedly a rising sense of unease or that the dispute was getting personal, according to the royal author, even if the Palace's final report was kept confidential to protect the participants.  

He also related how Prince William supposedly didn't like Markle's actions.  

Before Markle's 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview, the issue about her behavior grew, with rumors that she had reduced staff members to tears. "It's not my job to coddle people," Markle replied.  

The April 12, 2024 Edition of Your Daily FinanceScope 

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