• Former royal staff claimed it wasn’t easy working for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
  • Royal aides were, reportedly, unimpressed by how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex handled their shocking royal exit
  • Meghan Markle is predicted to earn up to $100 million this year following the controversial 'Megxit'

Meghan Markle caught the attention of many when she was first linked to Prince Harry in 2016. Many followers of the royal family were interested to know more about the former “Suits” stars. However, there were also some who do not think that Meghan is the right woman for Prince William’s younger brother. Things exacerbated when Sussex couple tied the knot in 2018, with some claiming that Meghan will just make Harry’s life more chaotic.

Recently, OK Magazine Australia, in its March 30, 2020 issue, reported that former staff members of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were disappointed at how they treated Queen Elizabeth after announcing their shocking royal exit in January. A source even told the magazine that caretakers called Meghan’s actions as selfish.

“Staff members are beyond unimpressed with the way Meghan handled her exit from the royal family, including making the announcement before the Queen even gave approval. It was as though she was threatening the Queen – give her what she wants or she’ll embarrass her even more in public,” the insider told the media outlet. “But some of their old staff are still fuming,’ warns the source, ‘and they have plenty more unsavory stories to tell about Meghan,” it went on.

The tipster furthered many of the royal aides did not have good memories while working for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Royal staff, reportedly, revealed that they have to work long hours to cater to the Duchess’s “nonstop demands,” which is why most of them got surprised when the pair let them go just days following the bombshell exit announcement.

“Meghan’s a perfectionist and if things don’t go her way, all hell breaks loose – she didn’t care who was around to see it, either,” the informant claimed. “The stress of being part of the royal family took its toll and the smallest thing would set her off. Staff would receive calls in the middle of the night. There were times they felt too scared to answer. There were rude, harsh emails, too… which could now easily be exposed,” it continued.

Both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have yet to comment on these claims. However, with OK Magazine’s reputation for publishing stories based on the statements of its undependable and questionable insiders, this could be another work of fiction waiting to be debunked. So, avid followers of Archie’s parents should take these speculations with a huge grain of salt until everything is proven true and correct.

Meanwhile, Daily Express shared Disney announced that Meghan Markle voiced over a new elephant documentary. The talent fee for the gig is said to be donated to Elephants without Borders Charity, which is an organization dedicated to conserving wildlife and helping protect animals from poaching. Media executive Simon Huck, previously, predicted that Prince Harry’s wife could earn up to $100 million this year should she work hard and accept all the projects coming her way.