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We are not racists: Prince William rejects Meghan Markle’s comments

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Prince William, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, rejected allegations of racist attitudes in the British royal family made by his brother and sister-in-law, Harry and Meghan Markle, in an interview that was broadcast on March 7 in the US.

“We are by far not a racist family,” Queen Elizabeth’s grandson replied to a journalist during an official event in London.

William, who is second in the line of succession to the crown, visited, together with his wife Catherine, a school in the east of the British capital.

It was the couple’s first public appearance since the Duke of Sussex’s confessional interview broadcast.

The Duke of Cambridge noted that he has not spoken to his brother since, although he plans to “do so.”

In an interview with the famous American TV presenter Oprah Winfrey, the retired Duke and Duchess of Sussex made several sensational statements that hurt the royal family and the image of the British monarchy. In particular, Markle said that one of her husband’s relatives (later Winfrey clarified that it was neither Elizabeth II nor Prince Philip) expressed concerns about the skin color of her unborn child.

The former actress also revealed that she suffered suicidal thoughts during the months of pregnancy with her first child, Archie.

The couple, who retired from official royal life a year ago and moved to the United States, are expecting their second baby, a girl, as announced in the interview.

She also said that she was offended by the wife of Harry’s older brother, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate.

The British royal family, two days after the broadcast of the interview in the US, said that it is serious about the words of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about racism, noting that “some memories may diverge.” Buckingham Palace has promised to solve all the problems raised, and especially the racial one, in a private way.

Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain intends to speak with Prince Harry by phone in the next few days and discuss the consequences of the interview with him.

The Prince of Wales, father of Harry and William, evaded media questions about the alleged monarchical crisis when he visited a COVID-19 vaccination center two days after the interview was broadcast on the British channel ITV.

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