Buckingham Palace must publish the covered-up results of its inquiry into claims of Meghan Markle’s bullying, says Dan Wootton

Dan Wootton says Harry and Meghan are planning for 'full scale destruction' of the monarchy.
Dan Wootton says Harry and Meghan are planning for 'full scale destruction' of the monarchy.

Stand by for the first explosion of the metaphorical Sussex nuclear bomb aimed right at Buckingham Palace

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Stand by for the first explosion of the metaphorical Sussex nuclear bomb aimed right at Buckingham Palace.

At 8am tomorrow morning, Harry and Meghan kick off what I’ve been warning is their ultimate plan for some time: Full scale destruction of the British monarchy.

It started last night in New York when the most pampered victims in world history flew in from Montecito on a carbon-spewing private jet – despite the fact they’re preachy climate campaigners.

Then they swept into a Robert F Kennedy awards event – hosted by Alec Baldwin, that Hollywood leftie who shot someone on a film set last year – to accept an award for calling out racism within the Royal Family that there’s actually no evidence for, but does trample on the life’s work of Harry’s late grandmother Queen Elizabeth the Great.

Luckily the Brits outside the venue knew what this is really about…

And actually, so too did the British broadcasters inside, much to Harry’s obvious horror, given he was expecting more of the Hollywood treatment…

But once he was safely surrounded by woke sycophants, Harry started spreading his usual Californian mumbo jumbo, claiming that they are now…

Going down a “path of optimism” and are “advocates of healing”, before adding: ‘We understand this honour, not about the culmination of a life's work, but instead and in many ways for us, a beginning.'

That’s nothing short of a threat to his father King Charles and brother Prince William ahead of this Netflix takedown of the monarchy and, predictably, the horrible British media coming tomorrow morning…

Well, if Harry really wants the “full truth” told then it’s essential he lobbies Buckingham Palace to free the staff members who claim they were bullied by Meghan from the gagging orders currently silencing them.

Ironic given Meghan claimed it was the Sussexes who were silenced to Oprah.

Not anymore.

One staff member subject to a confidentiality agreement told The Times newspaper today…

“The only way to end it for good is for us to be allowed to speak, and for the palace to firmly reject their lies.

"I certainly have chosen to remain silent out of respect for the crown, but if they keep attacking us and our characters, reputation etc. we need to feel we are equally supported by the royal family.”

They are right.

Courtiers for King Charles must give these former staff members the assurance they can speak without being taken to court.

And Buckingham Palace must publish the covered-up results of its inquiry into claims of Meghan’s bullying, which her lawyers have always denied.

OK then, if you’ve got nothing to be afraid of, there’s no reason to hide a thing.

I reported on Meghan’s two years within the Royal Family.

I was the first in the world to break the news that the Queen had warned Prince Harry over her behaviour towards courters and that Kate was horrified by the way she treated her staff.

I know who I believe.

It’s time to unleash the Sussex Survivor Squad.

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