The Duchess of Sussex was saddened by a report she faced a bullying complaint during her time at Kensington Palace.
The Times newspaper reported Meghan allegedly drove two personal assistants out of the household and undermined a third member of staff’s confidence.
It comes before Meghan and Prince Harry’s TV interview with Oprah Winfrey is aired in the UK on Monday.
The duchess lived at Kensington Palace for nearly a year after her marriage to Prince Harry in May 2018.
According to the story in the Times, the complaint was made in October 2018.
A statement issued by Meghan’s spokesman saying the duchess was saddened by the latest attack on her character. Mainly because of someone who has been the target of bullying herself. Moreover, she has been deeply committed to supporting those who have suffered pain and trauma due to it.
She is determined to continue her work of building compassion worldwide. Moreover, she will keep trying to set an example of doing what is right and good.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex quit their roles as senior working royals in March 2020.
Last month Buckingham Palace announced the couple would not return as working members of the Royal Family.
Interview with Meghan and Prince Harry
The two-hour interview with Meghan and Prince Harry will be screened on CBS in the US on Sunday, 7 March.
CBS informed Meghan would be interviewed about adjusting to life as a royal, her marriage, motherhood, and how she’s been handling life under intense public pressure.
Prince Harry will then join her, and the couple will speak about their moving to the United States.
The Duke of Sussex drew parallels between the treatment of his late mother, Diana and Meghan, in a clip for the interview.
Harry said he feared history was “repeating itself” before he and Meghan decided to step back as senior royals.