Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have considered revealing who in the British royal family made a racist statement before the birth of their son Archie in an exciting interview with Oprah Winfrey. This can be read in a high-profile CV update Finding Freedom.
The autobiography was released on August 11 last year. Authors Omid Scobie and Caroline Durand discuss, among others, the beginning of the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2016 and their departure from the royal family, dating back to early 2020. The authors have previously announced that there is a new version. , which features a further chapter on miscarriage and the Duchess’ second pregnancy, will hit stores on August 31.
British tabloid daily Mail Find out already what will be included in it, among other things. One notable clip is about Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan Feh said, among other things, that members of the royal family have openly expressed concerns about the color of a baby’s skin while she was pregnant. Prince Harry had talks about this with an unidentified person at the time.
The new chapter now shows that Meghan and Harry have considered revealing who made the comments. They talked about it, but in the end they decided not to. Meghan said in the interview that she did not name names because it would be “extremely harmful” to the person involved.
Moreover, the new chapter will read that members of the royal family were secretly convinced that Meghan missed Prince Philip’s funeral because they feared a “scenery” and that Harry and his brother were talking regularly and Harry and his father Charles. They do much less.
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