Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were on the brink of exposing the royal they claim made racist remarks before their son Archie’s birth.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were on the brink of exposing the royal they claim made racist remarks before their son Archie’s birth – before deeming the detail too “damaging”.
In an updated edition of the biography Finding Freedom seen by Page Six, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand claim that the couple considered “sharing this detail” in their sensational TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Meghan, however, shut the idea down, allegedly telling Winfrey: “I think it would be very damaging to them.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the claims that the unnamed royal asked “how dark” their unborn child would be. Meghan made the initial revelation, with Winfrey following up by asking Harry if he would name the royal.
“That conversation I’m never going to share, but at the time, it was awkward; I was a bit shocked,” Harry replied.
He did say, though, that the royal was not Queen Elizabeth or Prince Philip.
Scobie and Durand said the unaddressed race allegations have threatened the royal family’s reputation around the globe, with a Buckingham Palace staffer telling them: “There is a feeling that if it’s ignored it will go away, but surely by now they should have learned that never happens?”
Meghan is said to have found the interview – in which she claimed to have been left suicidal at life behind palace walls…