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Harry and Meghan in an interview with violent allegations: Now Prince William breaks the silence

2021-03-11T13:50:23.297Z

The reaction from Buckingham Palace was eagerly awaited: Now, after the statement by Queen Elizabeth II, there was the first reaction from Prince William



The reaction from Buckingham Palace was eagerly awaited: Now, after the statement by Queen Elizabeth II, there was the first reaction from Prince William

Stratford - After the serious allegations by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, his brother Prince William now commented on the controversial interview for the first time.

While visiting a school in London with his wife, Duchess Kathe, he responded to two questions from the reporters: about a conversation with Oprah Winfrey.

According to the news agency

dpa

, William has not spoken to his brother since the interview in which Harry and Meghan accused the royal family of, among other things, of racism.

"But I will do that," the

dpa

quotes

the prince when he went to school.

In the

CBS

interview with the talk show great Oprah Winfrey, his brother Harry had made it clear that he would like a reconciliation with William, Meghan also commented positively on her sister-in-law: Duchess Kate was a "good person".

Prince William also commented briefly on the racism allegations, which were one of the most drastic aspects of the interview.

Prince William: "We are definitely not a racist family"

As reported by the online portal of the British broadcaster

BBC

, a reporter asked him a very direct question: "Is the royal family a racist family, sir?"

According to

bbc.com,

Prince William

replied very firmly: "We are definitely not a racist family." From the statement that the Queen made after the interview with Harry and Meghan a few days ago, it became clear that the royal family was itself internally, however, will deal with the allegations.

Prince William's attendance at school coincides with the introduction of Mentally Healthy Schools resources for secondary schools to be used to address mental health in the curriculum.

Duchess Meghan, on the other hand, had

accused

the royal family in the

CBS

interview of denying her psychological treatment for reasons of prestige when she was struggling with massive suicidal thoughts.

(eu)

One of Meghan's biggest critics left his post on a TV show for good in connection with the interview.

Harry's father, Prince Charles, on the other hand, amazed with his reaction to the interview.

Source: merkur

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