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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle remain silent as Kate and Charles are called ‘royal racists’ in Omid Scobie’s book – Latest

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle remain silent as Kate and Charles are called ‘royal racists’ in Omid Scobie’s book – Latest

TV presenter Piers Morgan defended his decision to identify the two members of the royal family who were at the center of the uproar, saying it was “absolutely clear” that they were not guilty of racism.

Prince Harry and Meghan did not break their silence after the Dutch translation of Omid Scobie’s book game over It identified two members of the royal family at the heart of the racial row.

King Charles and the Princess of Wales have been named as two royals accused of raising questions about the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie, before he was born.

The Sussexes – who first made the claims in their 2021 interview with Oprah – have so far remained silent about the situation.

A source close to the royal family called on the Sussexes to speak out and defend their relatives because their silence is “deafening,” according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”. Telegraph.

TV presenter Piers Morgan defended his decision to identify the two members of the royal family who were at the center of the uproar, saying it was “absolutely clear” that they were not guilty of racism.

The Dutch version of Endgame has been pulled from shelves, and the edition containing the names has been rejected by the publisher as a “translation error”.

said Mr. Scobie News night He didn’t have to apologize because he still wanted to know what happened.

He said: “The book that I wrote and signed did not contain names.”

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Omid Scobie refuses to apologize after King Charles and Kate’s names were mentioned in a Dutch book

Author Omid Scobie has refused to apologise, as King Charles and the Princess of Wales have been named as senior royal figures who allegedly raised “concerns” about Prince Harry and Meghan’s skin color before he was born. Mr Dube, who appeared on BBC Newsnight with Victoria Derbyshire on Thursday (November 30), said: “It’s not my place to apologize because I still want to know what happened.” The 42-year-old was asked if he could say “hands down” that naming two royals in the Dutch version of Endgame was not a “publicity stunt to sell more books”. “On my life, on my family’s life,” Mr. Dube replied.

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Maryam Zakir Hussein2 December 2023 08:37

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Prince Harry and Meghan urged to stand up for the King and Princess of Wales

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been urged to support the King and Princess of Wales amid accusations of racism.

Prince Harry and Meghan have not yet commented after Charles III and Catherine were accused of raising questions about Archie’s skin color in the Dutch translation of the book Endgame by Omid Scobie.

A source close to Prince Harry and Meghan told The Telegraph, as they urged the couple to stand up for their relatives: “For a couple who have spoken of ‘death by a thousand comments’, the silence at this stage is deafening.”

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Maryam Zakir Hussein2 December 2023 07:46

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Harry and Meghan agreed to Spotify deal ‘because they needed serious money’

Jane DaltonDecember 2, 2023 at 07:00

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Author says Kate Middleton ‘took public speaking lessons’

Reminder: The Princess of Wales has taken elocution lessons and now looks more posh than her husband, Omid Scobie claims:

Jane DaltonDecember 2, 2023 at 06:30

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Reminder: How did the royal “racism” issue unfold?

The Independent He recaps the twists and turns of this very modern royal feud, starting in 2016:

Jane DaltonDecember 2, 2023 at 06:00

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Rishi Sunak praises the King and avoids racist controversy at Cop28

When asked about the controversy as he traveled to Dubai to attend the Cop28 climate talks, Sunak told reporters: “Under the longstanding and appropriate agreement, it would not be appropriate for me to speak about the royal family in any way.”

He praised the climate-conscious king and highlighted the UK’s leadership at the climate summit. Mr Sunak said: “I am delighted he will be at Cop tomorrow, as he calls to arms in his opening statement.”

“It speaks volumes about our kind of leadership as a country that we have our head of state out there making a call to arms in the opening statement that speaks volumes about the respect he has on this issue around the world.

“We have the head of government in me, and we have our chief diplomat there in the foreign minister. There are very few countries that will be able to say what I just said.

“This again speaks to our leadership on this issue and particularly His Majesty’s long record of championing this issue and I am delighted that he will deliver this very important statement tomorrow.”

Shweta Sharma2 December 2023 at 05:30

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OPINION: People can be thoughtless, Megan

Jane Dalton2 December 2023 at 05:00

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The monarchy has suffered ‘long-term damage to its reputation’

One royal commentator said the monarchy had suffered “long-term damage to its reputation” and would affect the entire family as well as institutions.

Joe Little of Majesty magazine said the suspicions were enough to damage the royal family and the monarchy as a whole due to the racial row.

“But the mud sticks to it. Once there is a shadow of doubt, it never goes away, and it has to affect not just individuals, but the organization as a whole – it’s long-term reputational damage,” he added.

Shweta Sharma2 December 2023 04:12

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Recap: Scooby criticizes King and Prince for “failing to contact Harry” after the car chase

Omid Scobie singled out King Charles III and the Prince of Wales after it appeared that “no member” of the royal family contacted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the “almost disastrous” car chase in New York City earlier this year:

Jane Dalton2 December 2023 at 04:00

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Report: Harry and Meghan call for breaking their “deafening” silence

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to defend King Charles and Princess Camilla, amid a racist row, sources close to the family said.

A source close to the royal family called on the Sussexes to speak out and defend their relatives because their silence is “deafening,” according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”. Telegraph.

The source said: “For a couple who talked about death with a thousand comments, the silence at this stage is deafening.”

Another person described the choice to refrain from addressing the allegations as “interesting,” especially given that the Sussexes had previously made multiple complaints about a lack of defense against unfavorable media coverage during their time in the palace.

It comes as public figures put pressure on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to speak out, with the couple remaining silent over accusations that the King and Queen raised concerns about the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie, before he was born.

Shweta Sharma2 December 2023 03:55