The Royal Family and their aides are hoping that “ignoring” Meghan and Harry’s allegations of racism will make them “go away,” royal biographers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have claimed in the revised edition of their bestselling Sussex biography, Finding Freedom.
Scobie and Durand wrote in the updated version of Finding Freedom that an insider, who claimed to be “horrified” by the racism allegations, said it was futile for the Royals to hope the allegations would “go away,” according to the Daily Mail.
“There is a feeling that if [ the racism allegation is] ignored it will go away but surely by now they should have learned that that never happens?” the source reportedly said.
Meghan and Harry accused the Royal Family of racism
Meghan and Harry accused the Royals of racism during their controversial “tell-all” interview with Oprah back in March.
Meghan claimed the Royals denied Archie police security and didn’t want him to be a prince because of his mixed racial heritage.
Harry alleged that during a private conversation, a member of the Royal Family expressed concern about Archie’s skin color.