Vicky Charles has been accused of prioritising her "royal clients".
Earlier this year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle embarked on a major renovation of their new home, Frogmore Cottage. It's hard to believe that the Duchess - one-time owner of aesthetically appealing and impeccably decorated, minimalist apartment Toronto - would need assistance when it came to decorating her new home in Windsor, but to be fair, she was a bit busy adjusting to royal life and all it entails, as well preparing to become a mum.
As such, the royal couple hired interior designer, Vicky Charles (whose other clients have included George and Amal Clooney as well as David and Victoria Beckham), to help with the remodel.
While Prince Harry and Meghan seem to be quite happy with their new home, it seems that one of Charles’ other clients is less thrilled.
According to People, Andrea Olshan, owner of Manhattan-based real estate firm Olshan Properties, is suing Charles for nearly a quarter of a million dollars for allegedly prioritizing the royals at Olshan's expense.
According to court documents obtained by the outlet, Olshan says that she hired Charles for three projects, and that the interior designer neglected the work in order to spend more time on Harry and Meghan's home. More specifically, she claims that Charles "walked off" the projects in order to "work for more ‘A-List’ clients such as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex."
Charles has not yet publicly commented on the suit.
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