A recently released book would claim that Prince Charles would have debated the skin color of the child of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. According to The Sun, these claims are completely refuted by some of those close to the Prince of Wales.
“There have been concerns and conversations about his skin color.” Guests on the set of Oprah Winfrey last March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had created the surprise by mentioning the supposed racist remarks about their son, Archie. Although the name of the author of these words was not revealed, some people attributed these strange thoughts to Prince Charles, as reported by the British daily The Sun on November 28. Accusations that the British palace has rejected without delay.
“This is a fiction that does not deserve further comment,” said a spokesman for the heir to the British throne. Indeed, the words that would have held Prince Charles come from the book by Christopher Andersen “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of Prince William, Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan“. The book thus took a conversation that would have had the Prince of Wales and his wife, on the morning of the official announcement of the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan, on November 27, 2017. “I wonder what the children will look like. […] : “I mean, what do you think the complexion of their children will be?”, the grandfather of Archie would have thus questioned.
Distorted words according to the author
If Buckingham was quickly insurgent in the face of his accusations, the author of the book mentioned has also wanted to side with Prince Charles. Christopher Andersen confessed to The Sun that the words of the son of Elizabeth II, as to the appearance of his grandchildren, were simply a curiosity without ulterior motive.
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