What next for Prince Harry and Meghan?
The Sussexes expect to be notified if formal allegations of bullying are made against them by Buckingham Palace, it is understood.
The couple have not been contacted about the investigation into claims that their staff were bullied and left broken, terrified and shaking with fear.
The unprecedented inquiry will be headed by a human resources manager from the Royal Household, who will invite Sussex employees past and present to be interviewed about their experiences in a bid to improve policies and ensure lessons have been learned”. 
A palace aide has indicated that the Duke and Duchess would not be involved, or even informed, about the process, which is carefully billed as an internal review for staff rather than a formal investigation.
This is despite the fact that the allegations relate directly to the couples behaviour towards their staff, which prompted a formal complaint sent to human resources in October 2018 that was not pursued.
“I think there are some viewers who might be forgiven for wondering when they might find their freedom from Harry and Meghan,” says Camilla Tominey.
“They could have gone quietly after ‘Megxit’ and they had said they wanted to live a quieter life in LA and I think many people would have let them do that. 
“I think the feeling behind the Palace gates is ‘why are continuing to bang on about an issue that was partially resolved last March when you left the Royal family and properly tied up last month when the Queen said you were ending all of your associations. Why are you still talking about this?'”