Prince William reacted to the scandalous interview of his brother’s wife Meghan Markle, noting that there is no racism in the royal family. It was reported by the TV channel Sky News on March 11.
“We are a very non-racist family,” William told reporters.
The Duke of Cambridge also noted that he has not yet communicated with his brother Prince Harry, but plans to do so soon.
Also on this day, it became known that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II will call Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle in the coming days to reconcile. The monarch made this decision after the couple interviewed American TV host Oprah Winfrey.
The British Queen’s Office released a statement 56 hours after Oprah Winfrey interviewed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It said that the couple’s statements regarding manifestations of racism in the royal family will be examined most seriously. According to the media, members of the royal family “were stunned by the severity of the allegations” made against them.
On March 8, in an interview with the CBS television channel, the wife of the British prince revealed that some members of the British royal family had concerns about the color of the skin of their unborn son at the time.
In addition, in an interview, Meghan Markle said that before she and her husband made the decision to abandon royal duties, she had thoughts of suicide. According to her, it was a very clear, real and frighteningly constant idea.
Last January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their desire to give up their duties as senior members of the royal family and gain financial independence from Buckingham Palace.