Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has accused two members of the royal family of making racist comments about her son Prince Archie in an explosive new book that will rock the royal family. The couple said during the conversation that the unnamed royal was concerned about how dark Archie's skin would be.
From the very beginning, the royal family was prejudiced about Meghan because of this. "Endgame" author Omid Scobi pointed out that Meghan had written to King Charles expressing concern about two members of the royal family making the remarks.
The letters were sent in the spring of 2021 after she and Harry had an interview with the celebrity presenter. Charles is said to have wanted his return letters to express the opinion that there was no "accidental prejudice" involved.
UK law does not allow names to be revealed
The names of the two accused royals were not revealed in the copy leaked to The Sun. Omid Skobi says he knows the names, but "law in the United Kingdom prevents him from reporting who they are," Metro.co.uk reports.
It is unclear whether the other person is part of the royal family or a member of the royal staff, but he is certainly a member of the royal household. We have received confirmation for that information. Revealing the names of these people would cause a big stir in the royal family, which has certainly had a lot of scandals lately.
The book "Endgame" is described on Amazon as "a penetrating investigation into the current state of the British monarchy". Following their interview with Oprah, Harry claimed that he did not label the royal family racist, but unconsciously biased during an interview with ITV.
Harry denies calling his family 'racist'
He was asked in an interview with Tom Bradby: "In an interview with Oprah, you accused members of your family of racism" - the question read, to which Harry responded and said: "No, I didn't, the British press said that," Harry explained, then added: "The difference between racism and unconscious bias, two different things.
But when you, as an individual or an institution, are acknowledged or shown to have an unconscious bias, you have the opportunity to learn and grow from it to be part of the solution, not part of the problem. Otherwise, unconscious bias then goes into the category of racism" - said Harry.