Meghan Markle Biographer And Confidante: Duchess ‘May Have Been Wrong’ About Royal Family’s Racism Preventing Son From Being ‘Prince Archie’

Meghan Markle Biographer And Confidante: Duchess ‘May Have Been Wrong’ About Royal Family’s Racism Preventing Son From Being ‘Prince Archie’


Omid Scobie, a reporter covering the royal family, who is believed to be a close personal friend of Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after penning a flattering biography of the pair’s “Megxit” decision, admits Meghan “may have been wrong” when she accused the royal family of refusing to give her son, Archie, a royal title, because of “racism.”

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Markle accused an unnamed member of the royal family of expressing concern about Archie’s skin tone and implied that the monarchy’s institutionalized racism prevented Archie from being “Prince Archie.”

“How did they explain to you that your son, the great-grandson of the Queen, wasn’t going to be a prince? You certainly must have had some conversations with Harry about it and had your own suspicions as to why they didn’t want to make Archie a prince. Why do you think that is?” Winfrey asked Markle, leading into whether Markle believed the decision was

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