The British royal family trembled before this book - now it's on the market: "Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors". And as you'd expect, some explosive new information is coming to light with it. In March 2021, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry indicated in an interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey that members of the royal family had made racist comments towards them. According to the latest revelations, Duchess Camilla is said to have been one of those people.
Wouldn't it be fun if your kid had a redhead afro?
This statement hit like a bomb: A dark-skinned baby is said to have been a problem for the British royal family, Meghan and Harry said in front of the cameras. Prior to the birth of son Archie, there were concerns "about how dark his skin might be when he's born," the Duchess told Oprah. However, she and Harry did not want to reveal any further details about the incident. He will never say who spoke to them about it, the prince said. Meghan said she didn't want to be more specific because "it would be very damaging to the person."
According to the Daily Mail, British investigative journalist Tom Bower now claims to know who made the "racist" remark. Namely Duchess Camilla. In his new disclosure book, he writes that Harry spoke to his family in 2016 about his budding love for Meghan. At that point, the media had already speculated about the relationship between the prince and the actress at the time. Therefore, Harry met his father Prince Charles to clarify how he should deal with the situation. Camilla was also present at those conversations and allegedly said, "Wouldn't it be funny if your kid had a redhead afro?"
Also allegations against Charles and Anne
Harry is said to have laughed at the comment at first, but "Meghan's reaction to the conversation turned Harry's fun into anger," it continues.
The real truth behind the allegations against Camilla is uncertain. However, sources close to the Duchess dismissed the claim as "nonsense", as reported by The Mirror. In late 2021, American author Christopher Andersen claimed that Prince Charles was behind the racist remark. The writer referred to insiders from the palace. At that time, the British heir to the throne had the reports denied directly by his press spokesman. "This is fiction and worth no comment." Charles' sister Princess Anne has also been publicly linked to the racism scandal.