Ex-Meghan Markle aides keen to assist with royal ‘bullying’ probe

Former aides of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are virtually tripping over one another to assist with Buckingham Palace’s probe into allegations that Markle was a tantrum-tossing bully.

At the least ten ex-staffers have already signed on to assist with the investigation, The Mirror reported Thursday night time.

The probe was ordered up by Queen Elizabeth this week, after former aides started coming ahead with boss-from-hell tales about Markle.

The horror tales embody allegations that Markle pitched a tantrum when aides advised her that designer labels had been sending Buckingham Palace bins and bins of trend freebies of her — however all of them needed to be despatched again resulting from palace protocol.

In one other unhealthy boss story, a pregnant Markle actually hissed at a staffer throughout a disagreement over a royal junket to Fiji in 2018, based on a Day by day Mail reporter who witnessed the staffer melting down afterward in humiliation-fueled tears.

The Queen ordered the probe earlier this week; Markle has since issued an announcement dismissing the bullying accounts as a “calculated smear marketing campaign” orchestrated by the palace to deflect consideration from the her upcoming Oprah Winfrey sit-down.