Prince Harry, Meghan Markle conducted ‘loyalty tests’ to palace staff before Megxit – Here’s why

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JULY 18: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive at the United Nations Headquarters on July 18, 2022 in New York City. Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex is the keynote speaker during the United Nations General assembly to mark the observance of Nelson Mandela International Day where the 2020 U.N. Nelson Mandela Prize will be awarded to Mrs. Marianna Vardinogiannis of Greece and Dr. Morissanda Kouyaté of Guinea. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

The working habits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sickened several royal staff members.

The author of a new royal book claims that staff members were shaken by anxiety before meeting the Duchess of Sussex.

Valentine Low appeared on “Good Morning Britain” to promote his new book, “Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown.”

Rumor has it that the Duke of Sussex was depressed at the time and obsessed with the media.

He was “paranoid,” and to see if the staff was still “fighting for him,” he would subject them to “loyalty tests.”

According to The Times royal correspondent in the ITV program, palace personnel who worked with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle while they were senior members of the royal family formed a group called the “Sussex Survivors Club.”

When anchor Susanna Reid asked if the employees had founded the group above, he said yes. When asked how the squad “survived,” Valentine said it was a difficult experience for some of them.

He claimed that claims were made against the former “Suits” actress last year and that, as a result, former employees were “totally decimated.”

“I’ve heard people at the time, faced with a possible encounter with Meghan, were saying things like ‘I feel sick’ or ‘I’m shaking’ – extraordinary things for an employee to say about the prospect of seeing their employer in half-an-hour.”

Valentine stated that there was a possibility that the personnel had contributed in some way to Megxitin January 2020.

Close friends and family of the Sussexes were said to be doing their best; these were the people who supported and believed in the Sussexes.

However, throughout their first year of marriage, there were early indications that they were both dissatisfied.

Unfortunately, no one was able to take action.

“No one picked it up, no one flagged it up and there were no big discussions with the most senior courtiers in the institution.”

Despite this, Valentine believes it would not have mattered because there is no common ground between what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want and what Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family can provide.

Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana, as well as Meghan Markle’s parents, have been in the United States since March 2020. They engage in activities unrelated to The Firm and have even closed multimillion-dollar deals simply because of their status as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.