The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, has finally broken the silence on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s bombshell interview. Prince William has spoken up on the racist claims made by the Duchess of Sussex. It is the first that William has had a word with the media since the tell-all interview. Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton visited School 21 in Stratford, London; over there, the couple congratulated teachers on reopening schools following the COVID-19 lockdown. On their way, a reporter asked Prince William if he has spoken with his brother Prince Harry since his interview with Oprah Winfrey. The Duke of Cambridge replied, “I haven’t spoken to him yet, but I will have a word with him.” The reporter asked whether the Royal family is racist. The Duke of Cambridge defended his family and said that we are very much not a racist family.Image Credit: Pinterest
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey opened up about their experience with the Royal family and why they have stepped back from their senior roles. The Duchess of Sussex opened up about the lack of support from the Royal family. She said it led me to develop suicidal thoughts, and there was intense media scrutiny. The couple also opened up that when Meghan was pregnant for the first time, one member of the Royal family was worried about their son’s skin color. They even denied the title of Prince for their son Archie because of his skin color. The racist claims by Meghan Markle have truly created a storm in Britain in particular.
Prince William opened up on Meghan and Harry’s explosive interview. While he was out with his wife Kate Middleton to visit a school in London, which has been reopened following the coronavirus lockdown. A journalist asked him about the racist claims by Meghan Markle. The Duke of Cambridge denied the claims and said that the Royal family isn’t racist.