Kamis, 11 Maret 2021

Prince William denies the royal family is racist, says he hasn't spoken to Harry - ABC News

Prince William has denied the royal family is racist and said he has not spoken to his brother since Prince Harry's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey aired.

The Duke of Cambridge was visiting a school in east London when he was quizzed about the interview, which has sent shockwaves through the monarchy and forced the Queen to release a statement saying she was "saddened" by the events that took place.

The duke said "we're very much not a racist family" when asked by a reporter at the event.


When asked if he had spoken to his brother he replied "no, I haven't spoken yet, but I will do".

On Tuesday Buckingham Palace released a statement saying the claim a member of the royal family had questioned the skin colour of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's unborn baby was "concerning".

In the statement, released behalf of the Queen, it is said "recollections may vary" about issues raised in the bombshell interview but they would be "taken very seriously".

Meghan said during the interview that an unnamed member of the royal family had asked Harry "how dark" the skin of their unborn child would be.

Winfrey later said that Harry had clarified to her that neither the Queen nor Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, had made the comments.

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2021-03-11 12:25:44Z

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