Friends of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have claimed that the couple felt that Queen Elizabeth II had failed to respond to racist allegations against Buckingham Palace in an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
In a new chapter on “Finding Freedom”, which details the couple’s departure as the couple’s working royal family, co-authors Ameed Scooby and Caroline Durand said Sussex felt that the Queen was saying racism. In a statement issued by the king after recounting the various memories of the events that did not “take full ownership” of the allegations, the palace said, “The issues raised, especially those related to race, are relevant. Privately. Family. “
An excerpt from a new chapter published by the people. The magazine read, “The Queen’s memories may be different. The ‘comment’ was not noticed by the couple, who a nearby source said was ‘not surprised’ that full ownership was not taken. A friend of the Duchess of Sussex told the authors “Months later and a little bit of accountability has been taken. How can you deal with that? “
The book goes on to say that Harry and Meghan have done so by airing their grievances about their royal life, and are “really excited” about what lies ahead. The couple, who have been on parental leave since the birth of their second child, Lloyd Diana, on June 4, are planning to personally increase their philanthropic work through their Archival Foundation and look forward to a busy autumn and winter. Are .
“They’re a couple who do a great job in these moments of human interaction. They need to be on the ground. They say the evidence is good, and what we’re going to see is good,” Scooby told the magazine.
He added: “They seem to be in a different place, and that place is much healthier. Are in the chapter. “