A new book claims Prince Charles privately discussed with his wife the possibility of the “skin tone” of any of his children. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Potentially devastating accusations appear in ‘s latest book New York Times Bestselling author Christopher Andersen. But the author does not stop directly accusing Charles of being a royal racist who has expressed “concerns” to Prince Harry about the skin color of the couple’s children, like Meghan Markle to Oprah in a bomb interview.
However, Andersen’s new book, Brothers and wives: Inside the private lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan (Gallery), out November 30, says that on November 27, 2017, the date of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement was revealed, Prince Charles asked his wife, Camila, “I wonder What do the kids look like?”
Camila was “a bit taken aback” apparently replying, “Wow, absolutely gorgeous, I’m sure.”
Charles is said to have lowered his voice and asked, “I mean, what do you think their baby’s skin could be like?”
The allegations recall a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March in which Meghan said a member of the royal family had expressed to Harry “concerns” “about the level of darkness [Archie’s] da could be when he was born. “
When Harry was asked by Oprah about the incident, a big difference emerged: Meghan said the comments were made while she was pregnant while Harry said they happened a few years earlier, when they were first together first. Oprah, a guest at their wedding, did not question the discrepancy in their accounts.
Andersen wrote that when news of Charles’ comments to Camilla among staff leaked, “the question posed by Charles was not so innocently repeated throughout the halls of Buckingham Palace.”
page six, reports on the book’s claims, saying, “The author presents it as if curiosity about Charles has been drawn and twisted by the courts of intrigue to give it a racist spin. By the time the account was repackaged to Harry and Meghan’s ears, it had reached its peak malicious level.”
So while it seems likely that the new revelation will lead to the unequivocal exposure of the royal racist, there has certainly been considerable speculation at the time of the interview that Harry – who has sworn to carry a secret of one’s identity to the grave – may have been. Charles was thinking when he said that a family member asked him a question along the lines of, “What will the kids look like?”
Meghan was the first to make the allegation as she was discussing what she claims to be a discriminatory attempt in order not to make her unborn son Archie a prince.
Meghan said, “During the months when I was pregnant, it was all around this time – so we paralleled the conversation about ‘He’s not going to be confidential, he’s not going to be given a title. brand’ – and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might have been when he was born.”
Bewildered Oprah sought clarification and Meghan replied, “Yes, there have been some conversations about it,” taking place “with Harry,” who forwarded their contents to her.
When asked why she didn’t identify the person, Meghan said, “I think it would be very damaging for them,” but added, “That was passed on to me from Harry. Those were the conversations the family had with him.”
Harry, when asked about the alleged question, said it was “a conversation I would never share”, but as Oprah suggested, he was asked: “Like, what would the baby look like how?” he said, “Yeah, what would the kids look like?”
Harry later said: “It was at the very beginning, when she was unprotected, when my family members suggested that she should continue acting, because there was not enough money to pay her. , and all of these. among things. ”
Given his previous history of racist comments, suspicion quickly fell on the late Prince Philip, Harry’s Grandfather, who died a few weeks later. But Harry commissioned Oprah to tell viewers on CBS that “neither his grandmother nor his grandfather was part of those conversations”.
The fact that Harry expressed anger at his father so clearly in the interview shows that his relationship with Charles has been deeply damaged.
Harry said his father “stopped taking my calls” and later told Oprah: “There’s a lot of work to be done there, you know? I feel really frustrated, because he went through something similar. He knows what pain feels like, and this is – and Archie is his grandchild. But at the same time, you know, of course I always will, I will always love him, but there was a lot of hurt that happened. And I will continue, making it one of my priorities to try to mend that relationship. But they only know what they know, and that’s the thing… I have tried to educate them through the process by which I was educated. ”
Any allegation that Charles questioned the skin color of the Sussexes could be extremely damaging and if proven true because Charles had struggled to win the affections of the Sussexes, could be extremely damaging. its future objects. Poll continuously suggested The British people wanted the crown to be given directly to William.
Andersen told The Daily Beast he could not comment before the book was published next week.
https://www.thedailybeast.com/prince-charles-questioned-skin-color-of-meghan-and-harrys-unborn-babies-says-new-christopher-andersen-book?source=articles&via=rss Prince Charles has questioned the color of Meghan’s skin and Harry’s unborn children, says new book by Christopher Andersen