Meghan Markle’s lawyer says Duchess of Sussex ‘wasn’t a bully’, in appearance on BBC documentary

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‘They chose to use Meghan’s lawyer to say that she wasn’t a bully, and she was wonderful to work with.’

Royal expert Angela Levin comments on news the Royal Family have complained about a BBC documentary containing ‘overblown’ claims.

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