AT LEAST 10 royal aides who worked for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are "queuing up" to help with the Palace's bullying probe into the Duchess of Sussex, it’s reported. The shock investigation, ordered by the Queen, come after claims Meghan “humiliated” female aides and drove them to quit. Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news.. . The Duchess strongly denies the claims. Former aides who worked with Meghan and Harry are lining up to to share their experiences in the investigation, the Mirror reports . The former royal aides are reportedly prepared to offer their help in the bullying investigation after being reassured of confidentiality by the Palace. Sources connected to the group of aides said they were all considered to be "hugely professional and proud of their efforts" while working at Kensington Palace. One said: "A group of people are queuing up to be involved. They have been silent for too long and there is much to talk about." Senior royals are understood to be "dismayed" at reports that female staff had been reduced to tears, with one aide telling a colleague ahead of a row with Meghan: "I can't stop shaking." Buckingham Palace… Read full this story
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