Meghan MarkleAnd Prince HarryThey lit a powder-keg when they spoke Oprah WinfreyInformation about a race relative. The Sussexes did not say who it was, and the world’s been speculating ever since. The royal family denies everything, according to a new bombshell biography. Here’s what’s going on.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Allege Racism
Markle and Harry turned the royal family upside-down on March 7, 2021. The couple opened up to Winfrey in a sit-down interview to discuss why they moved to the United States. Harry essentially confirmed that he’d been cut off by Prince Charles and ghosts by Prince William. The couple had only good things to say for Queen Elizabeth and told a horrendous story of racism.
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Harry and Markle said there was a senior royal who openly questioned what skin tone Markle’s unborn baby would have. Although Markle and Harry did not reveal the identity of the royal, it was later revealed that it was not Elizabeth nor Prince Philip. Since then, rumors have run rampant with everyone being accused of being the royal in doubt, from Princess Anne to Prince Charles.
Camilla Parker Bowles: Royal Racist?
Tom Bower, royal biographer, is adding fuel to the fire. In his explosive memoir Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and The War Between The WindsorsHe tells a story about Bowles. Bower asserts that Bowles once said to Harry, “Wouldn’t it be funny if your child had ginger Afro hair?”It is obvious that this is a terrible allegation and would definitely be in line with skin tone stories.
Bower wrote, “In another passage, Bower “The Sussexes’ suspicion that the Duchess of Cornwall had made racist comments about [their then-unborn son] Archie had fueled their fearsome denunciation of the entire royal family.”He says that Harry could ridicule Bowles for his memoir.
Royal Family Denialism
This story is being closely monitored by the royal family. The story was denied by a source. Page SixA saying “Camilla is not racist—I can tell you categorically she is not the royal who Harry and Meghan were talking about.” The royal family has every incentive to protect the image of Bowles, for she’s going to become queen someday.
As with every kernel of gossip from Bower’s book, it’s best to take this story with a grain of salt. The authenticity of the biography has been questioned due to his public feuding with Sam Kashner. Furthermore, NDA’s make it impossible for anyone other than Harry and his editors to know what’s in the memoir. Still, the Bowles tale is a great one.