Queen Elizabeth II responded following statements by Meghan Markle and Harry, who in an interview with Oprah Winfrey argued that there were concerns from members of the Royal Household about «how dark Archie’s skin would be when he was born.»
In the context of these words, a statement issued by Buckingham Palace was issued, in which the monarch expresses feeling «saddened after learning how challenging the last years were» for the Dukes of Sussex, who currently live in Los Angeles with their son Archie and waiting for a girl.
The racial issues raised by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are troubling. While some memories may vary, they are taken very seriously and the family will take care of them privately,» the document said, which in turn mentions that «Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much-loved family members.»
Statement by Queen Elizabeth II following statements by Harry and Meghan Markle
The statements about racism within the Royal House were some of the most alarming – which were also deepened when the actress claimed to have thought about taking his own life – given that they also highlighted the speculation of kurds given that Harry decided not to publicize who made them known. «It’s a conversation I’m never going to talk about,» she said, noting that the comments came at the beginning of her relationship with Markle and not during pregnancy.
In this context, Oprah herself mentioned that after the interview the Queen’s grandson told her that it was not Elizabeth II or the Duke of Edinburgh, so the eyes began to focus on Prince Charles or Prince William.Among those allegations, Markle – half-breed, with African-American roots – argued that they denied the title of prince to his son , and after being consulted on whether it was important to her, she replied, «If it meant she would be safe, then of course.»