Though Meghan was not a regular tabloid fixture, much of her work and the essence of who she is, was and is still easily available in pictures, videos and write-ups in her own words as well as others’.
Ironically, these concerned taxpayers and their media advocates are content with other royals whose residences cost much more but have little to show for it, and will point to every excuse in the book to defend it.
In the long run, it doesn’t seem beneficial for the royal household to seemingly adopt a hands-off approach when one of their own is being castigated in the media. Especially, when they have intervened in far less consequential instances.
The buck stops with Prince William; he is the leader at Kensington Palace and should be held accountable for the toxic work environment. Kensington Palace staff known as ‘the help’ has been bragging to tabloids that some staff members have been verbally abusing the Duchess of Sussex.