MEGHAN Markle's lawyer has denied claims the Duchess left staff so terrified that they "shook" – and that she left her aides "psychologically traumatised".

The BBC’s controversial new documentary The Princes And The Press last night focused on how Harry and Meghan quit the Royal Family, with The Sun’s explosive Megxit revelations featuring heavily.

The Times’ royal correspondent Valentine Low, who broke the story of bullying claims, told presenter Amol Rajan: “These people, I know, two and a half years later, when I’m writing this story — some of them were in tears.

“They were still severely psychologically traumatised. So, something went badly wrong.”

But Meghan’s lawyer Jenny Afia, of firm Schillings, replied: “There were massive inaccuracies in that story. It’s hard to prove a negative. If you haven’t bullied someone, how do you show you haven’t?”

Asked if Meghan is a bully, she said: “Absolutely not.”

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    Prince William to be perfect ‘sidekick’ to Charles

    Prince William will be the perfect ‘sidekick’ to Prince Charles when he takes the throne, a historian has claimed.

    Royal historian Dr Ed Owens told the “Yes one son has gone. One, if you like, trusted lieutenant has departed and does not seem interested in supporting his father, as was originally the plan.

    “But in William, Charles does have a trusty sidekick, and so long as the Cambridges are popular and maintain their public image as this idyllic family group, I do not see a moment of crisis on the horizon.”

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    Explained: How long were William and Harry’s parents together for?

    Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer married on Wednesday July 29, 1981.

    They famously split in 1992 and finalised their divorce in 1996.

    Following Harry’s birth in September 1984, the couple were said to be sleeping in separate bedrooms.

    It was also reported that by 1986, the couple took separate holidays.

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    Spikey mouse

    A royal expert has claimed that Prince Harry used a mixture of his pseudonym name and his favourite DJ for social media account.

    Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti told Royally Us: “Harry had a secret Instagram account with the username Spikey mouse which was deleted shortly afterwards.

    “I believe but we know that Meghan apparently started following that Instagram account just around the time they started dating but of course even those watching her account then wouldn’t have known that it was Prince Harry.

    “Apparently that pseudonym he used was a mixture of the Facebook name he used he had an alias on there Spike Wells and his favorite DJ ‘Deadmau5’ so that’s a bit of royal info.”

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    Meghan’s ring based on her jewellery collection

    During the couple’s engagement interview in 2017, Prince Harry revealed he had specifically chosen a gold band for Meghan’s original ring based on her jewellery collection.

    He said: “The ring is obviously yellow gold because that’s her favourite and the main stone itself I sourced from Botswana and the little diamonds either side are from my mother’s jewellery collection, to make sure she’s with us on this crazy journey together.”

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    ‘Odd Meghan would want to alter a ring’

    Speaking to Fabulous, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, explained she “found it odd” that the Duchess of Sussex, 40, would change her engagement ring.

    “I find it a bit odd Meghan would want to alter a ring that her husband had especially designed for her,” she said.

    “A royal engagement ring is a piece of history not a bit of jewellery to be updated when it looks old fashioned.”

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    Meghan Markle blinged up her Diana engagement ring

    WHEN Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement back in November 2018, we were nothing short of obsessed with the former Suits star’s diamond ring.

    Designed by Prince Harry himself, the Duchess of Sussex’s stunning sparkler even features two of the late Princess Diana‘s diamonds – but less than two years later, it underwent a dramatic transformation.

    The stunning sparkler originally had a thick gold band which beautifully offset the row of three diamonds.

    However, Duchess seems to have reset her ring with a much thinner, diamond-studded micro-pave gold band.

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    How to get the new commemorative coin

    The new design will join a collection of commemorative crown pieces from the Royal Mint over the years, which have celebrated the Queen’s Silver, Gold and Diamond Jubilees.

    Included in one of the largest collections made by the Royal Mint, the coin will be unveiled next year alongside a commemorative £5 crown.

    Collectors of coins can register their interest to the Royal Mint to claim the commemorative 50p piece.

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