Prince Charles will remember Meghan Markle and Harry‘s interview for a long time. The Prince of Wales sees his clan accused of racism, while he himself has tried to advocate multi-culturalism for several years.
It was an interview that reignited tensions within the British royal family. During their interview broadcast on CBS last Sunday, March 7, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said that the British monarchy had “concerns about the color of skin” of little Archie at his birth, without revealing the names of the people involved.
Revelations that have disappointed many people in the royal family, especially Prince Charles. If the Prince of Wales has already made a first step towards Harry, the husband of Camilla Parker would be “terribly disappointed” by his youngest son. The reason? The future king has always advocated multi-culturalism.
“Prince Charles believes in diversity and his actions show it,” says a source close to the palace to People, before continuing: “He was the first to highlight the Windrush generation (the first mass immigration from the Caribbean to the United Kingdom in the 1950s, editor’s note) and the contributions they have made to British society. Charles has also “worked hard for the Muslim community. Of all the members of the Royal Family, he has taken this cause the most seriously.
A forgotten hierarchy?
If the relationship between Prince Charles and his two sons, William and Harry has always been complicated, their obligations within the British monarchy does not help matters. Indeed, in addition to being their father, the Prince of Wales is also their boss. “They are indebted to him,” says the source. A rule that now seems to belong to the past for Prince Harry, he who gave up his royal duties on March 31, 2020.
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