Prince Harry reportedly wants to reconcile with King Charles Image: AFP/ David Rose.

Prince Harry, Meghan want to ‘reconcile’ with King Charles after ‘racist’ claims

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly want to ‘reconcile’ with King Charles during this festive season.


Prince Harry reportedly wants to reconcile with King Charles Image: AFP/ David Rose.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly want to reconcile with King Charles following the bombshell racism claims made in Omid Scoobie’s book.

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While King Charles recorded his annual Christmas speech this week, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will reportedly not be with him during the festive season. However, Page Six reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to reach out to King Charles over the holidays.

“Harry and Meghan’s new strategy is reconciliation,” said a source to Page Six.

This comes after reports claimed that Prince Harry was going to just call King Charles on his 75th birthday according to BBC. This was after reports stated that he and Meghan were not included in the birthday plans.

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  • Meghan Markle revealed that there were concerns expressed over the skin colour of her son Archie – in a bombshell interview she did with Oprah Winfrey with her husband Prince Harry. There were no names mentioned in the interview.
  • At the time, Prince William defended his family saying “we’re very much not a racist family,” according to The Guardian.
  • Royal biographer Omid Scobie then claimed that Meghan accused two members of the royal household of making racist remarks, not one like previously believed. The allegation was made in his bombshell book Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival.
  • Scobie that Meghan penned a private letter of King Charles III, naming two people who took part in those “conversations” as reported by Page Six.
  • This was the first time a second party has been said to have been involved in the “racist comments”. However, a palace representative refuted the claim to the publication, saying it was only one person.
  • While Scobie did not name names in the English version of the book, reports claimed that the Dutch version of the book accidently named the royals.
  • British broadcaster Piers Morgan revealed the names of the two royals as King Charles III and Princess Kate, wife of Prince William – on an episode of Piers Morgan Uncensored on Wednesday 29 November.

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