MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been urged to make a “humble” apology to the Queen and Brits after their Oprah interview.
The Duchess’ estranged half-sister Samantha said an apology was needed to “unravel the damage” caused by revelations that have plunged the Royal Family into their biggest crisis since the 1936 abdication.
“She would have to apologise – a public apology, God, I know would be like getting blood from a rock but she did a lot of public damage,” Samantha told US celebrity website TMZ.
“Really, I mean I really feel like this thing was all orchestrated that she needs to unravel the damage,” she added.
It comes as Meghan demanded Buckingham Palace PROVE she’s a bully by showing her texts and emails, according to a Mail on Sunday report.
The Duchess of Sussex is subject of a Palace “review” into alleged behaviour during her time in the UK in which a formal complaint was made accusing her of bullying and undermining staff.
Some employees are said to have been so upset by their alleged treatment that they were left “shaking in fear” and at least two were reported to have been forced out of their jobs by Meghan.
The duchess denies the bullying allegations and lawyers acting on her behalf previously branded them “a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation”.
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