Us Weekly: Meghan & Harry's Pals Think Palace Is Trying to Retaliate over Tell-All Interview

The former senior members of the English royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are being defended by their pals who think that the palace is trying to retaliate over the tell-all interview.

Former senior members of the English royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, rocked the headlines after they shocked the world with their royal family's exit.

Last year, the duo mentioned that they would leave their positions as senior royals but maintain a relationship with the British royals. Some people tongue-lashed their decision, and they had a few fans on their side of the camp—their close pals too.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their visit to Canada House on January 7, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their visit to Canada House on January 7, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Recently, those loyal to them spoke against a statement released by the British royals after discovering that the couple will get candid about their time as royals in the tell-all interview on CBS. The insider explained that friends have labeled the statement a retaliation. The person blurted that:

"The palace knows they will not be cast in the best light by Harry and Meghan on Sunday and doesn't want Harry and Meghan coming off as victims."

This allegation comes after the palace outlined claims of the couple mistreating their staff during their time as senior members. The publication asserted that it was a tear-jerking experience for the workers who Markle bullied and that there are ongoing investigations to confirm the story.

Despite the series of controversies surrounding the couple since their exit, they continue to stay strong together.

Representatives from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex denied the allegations and opined that it is a "calculated smear" against the couple.

This happened shortly before an English judge ruled a lawsuit in favor of Markle. The ruling maintained that a U.K publishing firm must award the 39-year-old $1.87 million as legal fees.

Their offense was interfering in a private and delicate issue and blowing it open to the public. The media house published a private letter sent by the "Suits" alum to her father, Thomas Markle.

With all that is going on, Prince Harry's wife still remembers to honor her longtime deceased mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

Sneak peeks from the upcoming interview with media mogul Oprah Winfrey details a shout-out to the deceased and glaringly shows the Duchess rocking Princess Diana's diamond bracelet.

This is not the first time that fans will notice her rocking her mother-in-law's jewelry. In 2018, during her Australian royal tour, she dazzled in butterfly earrings with a gold bracelet belonging to Prince Harry's mom.

Despite the series of controversies surrounding the couple since their exit, they continue to stay strong together, living in the US with their toddler son Archie.

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