This story has sadly turned into a royal soap opera. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they're all about "compassion in action" but that’s not how some of their former Royal staffers are saying Meghan operates. Buckingham Palace says they've launched an investigation into claims that Meghan bullied two staff members before her Royal exit in 2020. There were some whispers back about Meghan being “difficult” back in her Royal days, and now two of her former Palace aides tell "The Times" that a bullying complaint was filed against Meghan as she and Harry were leaving Kensington Palace. According to the report, that’s not the only complaint that was filed, and there’s word among Palace aides that Meghan had driven two personal assistants to leave, left some in tears, and intimidated others. Needless to say, Meghan is no stranger to a bad rap, and isn’t happy about the allegations. In a statement, her team says Meghan is “saddened by the latest attack on her character, especially as someone who has been the target of bullying herself and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma.” But the word is that during her interview with Oprah Winfrey this Sunday night, Meghan addresses the rumors specifically and what she says about the Palace is not too kind. I'll be watching on Sunday. Will you?