Buckingham Palace has said its HR team will look into allegations of bullying made against the Duchess of Sussex.
Details of the claims came to light in The Times who said Meghan drove out two personal assistants and staff were "humiliated" on several occasions.
The publication reports a complaint was made in October 2018 by Jason Knauf, then the Sussexes' communications secretary.
Buckingham Palace has now issued a statement which reads: "We are clearly very concerned about allegations in The Times following claims made by former staff of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
"Accordingly our HR team will look into the circumstances outlined in the article.
"Members of staff involved at the time, including those who have left the Household, will be invited to participate to see if lessons can be learned.
"The Royal Household has had a Dignity at Work policy in place for a number of years and does not and will not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace."
A spokesman for the Duchess of Sussex said this morning that she is "saddened" by a report she faced a bullying complaint during her time at Kensington Palace.
They said: "The duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, particularly as someone who has been the target of bullying herself and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma.
“She is determined to continue her work building compassion around the world and will keep striving to set an example for doing what is right and doing what is good."
The latest headlines come ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan's "tell-all" all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The royal couple, who are expecting their second child, have recorded a two-hour chat with the talk show host which ITV has acquired the rights to broadcast in the UK.
Oprah has promised it will be “shocking” with “nothing off limits” as Harry and Meghan discuss royal life and their decision to step down as senior royals.