Meghan Markle has called on Buckingham Palace to disclose emails, documents or texts linked to a bullying complaint made against her, a senior palace source has told Daily Mail.
The source said the Queen has reportedly passed the request to the Prince of Wales, whose “closest aides are now conducting a search of files”.
The investigation came after Times of London released an article on March 2, accusing Markle of bullying royal aides during her time at Kensington Palace.
According to The Sun, Buckingham Palace is mulling bringing in an independent law firm to investigate the case.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex has also assembled her own legal team to tackle a “calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation”.