Queen ‘upset’ over racism allegations ‘within her own family’ Meghan Markle

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2022-03-06 12:49:00

Queen Elizabeth II may be very ‘harm’ by Meghan Markle’s claims about being racially focused throughout the Agency throughout her time in UK.

Royal biographer Robert Hardman writes in Every day Mail: “Time and again over her 70 years on the throne — during which she has been a devoted Head of the Commonwealth — I have seen how the Queen has gone out of her way to promote inter-racial, multi-faith, cross-community cohesion.

“All of which could have made it notably upsetting, in her tenth decade, to seek out her monarchy going through imprecise but wounding expenses of racism not from republicans or tradition warriors — however from inside her own household.”

Meghan in her bombshell 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview, revealed that there were conversations around her concerning the skin colour of her unborn son, Archie.

At the time, The Palace said the Royal Family is taking Meghan and Harry’s allegations ‘very seriously.’

Its statement read: “The entire household is saddened to study the total extent of how difficult the previous few years have been for Harry and Meghan.

“The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning.

“While some recollections could range, they’re taken very severely and can be addressed by the household privately.

“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members.”

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