‘Abrasive’ Meghan Markle ‘threw cup of tea into air’ during furious royal row

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Meghan Markle has been accused of "abrasive" behaviour towards staff and diplomats on a royal tour in an explosive royal biography due to hit shelves next week.

The book by biographer Tom Bower entitled Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors contains shocking claims about the Sussexes, including that the couple "bombarded their staff with demands for retribution and removal of the criticism".

Meghan has garnered sympathy from some members of the public for her alleged treatment at the hands of the royal family, and the Sussexes have said criticisms of Meghan were unfounded.

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However, early extracts of Bower's book suggest the opposite is true, the Mirror reports.

Bower's shock claims suggest the former Suits actress, along with husband Prince Harry, created a bullying culture – allegations that have been investigated by Buckingham Palace.

The biographer also suggested Meghan was "abrasive", demanding of her staff and 'inflamed by the slightest criticism.'

Bower wrote: "Meghan was allegedly abrasive towards her four female staff and even towards the local British diplomats.

"According to one report, Meghan allegedly threw a cup of tea into the air. Her anger may have been partly fuelled by Harry."

He claimed that the Duchess' rage was enflamed by comments by trolls on social media, which the couple actively sought out.

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"Every night [Harry] trawled social media, searching for snide comments on the internet," Bower claimed.

"Every morning he and Meghan turned on their phones to surf the internet."

Lawyers on behalf of Meghan have denied all bullying claims.

Complaints against Meghan first began to circulate in March 2021, just hours before the couple's first tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey was broadcast.

In the interview, Meghan accused the Firm of "perpetuating falsehoods" among other bombshell claims.

A probe into bullying allegations was launched after the claims emerged, and while it concluded in June, the palace did not make the report's findings public.

However, they said recommendations from the investigation had led to improved policies for royal staff and affected change in their procedures.

New implementations included encouraging staff to be honest about "inappropriate" practices or actions.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told MailOnline that the palace's refusal to publish the report could be an "olive branch" to the Sussexes.


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