News that the findings of a report into bullying claims against the Duchess of Sussex won't be published was greeted with dismay by Royal fans.
But one expert has claimed that the lack of report could actually be a path to peace for warring prince brothers Harry and William.
Buckingham Palace launched a probe in March last year after staffers accused Meghan of bullying them.
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It came just one day after the claims were published by The Times, who reported that a former top aide to the Sussexes lodged a complaint in 2018.
It was alleged that Meghan drove two personal assistants out of the royal household and undermined a third member of staff.
Earlier this week, a senior Buckingham Palace aide announced the investigation was complete, but that the findings would not be released.
However, royal expert Richard Key claims that this might not be a bad thing for the two brothers who have barely said a word to each other in the last few years.
Writing in the Daily Mail, he said: “The Palace’s internal inquiry into how claims of Meghan’s ‘belittling’ behaviour were handled, which was announced in March last year (albeit with no focus on any specific allegations), will, conveniently, not be made public.
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“This appears to mean that peace with the Sussexes — a peace at any price — is preferable to showing what lessons might have been learned from the whole shabby episode.
“As one exasperated old Palace hand told me: ‘Once again, the public will think it’s a case of how can we make this go away rather than actually addressing it.’”
“It remains to be seen if this approach is enough to stem a rising chorus of criticism.”
The Daily Star has reached out to Meghan's team for a reaction to the report allegedly being quashed, and to Buckingham Palace to find out if it really has been buried.
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