Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘consider naming alleged royal racist in Oprah interview’

The couple sensationally claimed during an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March that a senior member of the royal family had made the comment when the Duchess was pregnant with Archie – but they haven’t revealed anything else.

The Sussex family sat down with Oprah Winfrey in March

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly considered naming the king who allegedly made a racist statement about their unborn child.

The couple sensationally claimed during an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March that a senior member of the royal family had made the comment when the Duchess was pregnant with Archie.

But they did not name the supposed royal family, or provide any details that would help identify who was responsible.

However, an updated version of an unofficial biography of the Sussexes claimed they had considered “sharing these details” in a tell-all conversation.

Leaked episode of “In Search of Freedom”, citing daily mail, is said to have revealed that Meghan decided not to name the individual, as it would be “too harmful to them”.

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Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40, have repeatedly said finding Liberty is unauthorized and have not spoken to its authors.
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The book is also said to claim that Prince William – who had to insist his family was not racist when he was challenged by reporters in the aftermath – left the interview “angry”.

Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40, have repeatedly said Finding Freedom is unauthorized and have not spoken to its authors, Omid Scobie and Caroline Durand.

However, other parties believe that there is some closeness between the authors and the couple.

An updated version of the book is set to be published next week, with more discoveries likely to rock the royal family.



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Harry and Meghan met with Winfrey earlier this year for an interview during which they made several allegations against the royal family.

Meghan has shared that she has experienced ‘suicidal thoughts’ and claimed she has been denied assistance in her struggle, while Harry has claimed that his brother William is ‘trapped’ in the monarchy and that his father, Prince Charles, has been financially cut off from him.

The interview came after they resigned their position as working members of the royal family and left their lives in Britain to create a new one in the United States.

It has now been reported that a friend of Meghan has told the Finding Freedom authors that the chat procedure was “cure” for the Duchess.







according to independentThe source for the book says: “All the things she kept to herself or was afraid to say [as a working member of the royal family] I felt safe to finally participate. He was an editor.”

The conclusion also sees the couple’s friends claim that the Queen did not take “full ownership” of the issues they raised during the interview.

Following the broadcast of the chat, Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying it was “sad” about the allegations, but added that “some memories may differ”.

In an excerpt from the updated book found in PersonsThe statement, the authors say, “did not go unnoticed.”

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