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Insider claims after a scandal interview: This royal is said to have been concerned about Archie's skin color

2021-11-28T13:17:57.100Z

Since the interview with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, there has been speculation about who in the royal family may have raised concerns about Archie's skin color. Now there are new details.



Since the interview with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, there has been speculation about who in the royal family may have raised concerns about Archie's skin color.

Now there are new details.

Los Angeles / London - In the scandalous interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey, there were numerous revelations and shocking details from the British royal family. Prince Harry and his then pregnant wife, Duchess Meghan, shared out against the royal family in this conversation. One allegation attracted a lot of attention: Allegedly, a person from the immediate family should have expressed concerns about the future skin color of Baby Archie before the birth of Baby Archie. Because Meghan Markle is the daughter of a white father and an African American mother. The couple, who had left Great Britain after the Megxit, did not want to give Winfrey a name. However, an insider has now revealed that Harry's father, Prince Charles, should have made this statement.

Prince Harry and Meghan: Prince Charles is said to have expressed concern about Archie's skin color

During her pregnancy with son Archie, Meghan had to face repeated conversations in which she should explain what skin color her firstborn would be. She reported that in the interview with Oprah Winfrey and their reaction was clear: "Whaaas?", She asked stunned. The royal family is said to have even toyed with the idea of ​​denying Archie the prince title. However, the two did not want to give the name of the person who is said to have raised these concerns. In a private conversation with Winfrey, Harry is said to

have emphasized

later, according to the

picture

, that it was not Queen Elizabeth II or his grandfather Prince Philip, whom he had to say goodbye to forever this year.

If the latest revelation on this allegation proves to be true, it should be quite shocking for many Royal fans.

Because according to information from

pagesix.com

, Prince Charles is said to have speculated about the future skin tone of Harry and Meghan's children.

The news page refers to a new book by author Christopher Andersen entitled "Brothers and Wives: Inside the private lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan," which is due to appear on Tuesday (November 30th).

An insider source is said to have reported to Andersen that on the morning of the official announcement of the engagement of Harry and Meghan (11/27/17) Prince Charles said to his wife Camilla: "I wonder what the children will look like?"

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Prince Charles: Conversation with racist statements should not have taken place

According to the source, Camilla is said to have reacted in astonishment to this statement and replied: "Well, absolutely great, I'm sure of that". Then Charles is said to have lowered his voice and mumbled: "I mean, what could the complexion of your children look like?" When Harry got wind of it, it is said to have widened the gap between him and Meghan and the royal family. He is said to have even asked Charles about it, and his response - his son was "overly sensitive" on this matter - is said to have frustrated him. He is also said to have received no support from his brother, Prince William. Although he called his father's statement "tactless", he saw no sign of racism in it. In the meantime, a spokesman for Prince Charles spoke up on this allegation and told the

New York Post

that this conversation between him and Camilla never took place: "This is fiction and not worth commenting on." (

Jbr

)

Source: merkur

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