Harry and Meghan

Harry and Meghan Queen hasn’t taken ownership of royal race controversy

Harry and Meghan
Harry and Meghan

According to royal authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, Harry and Meghan do not think the queen has taken “full responsibility” of the problems they highlighted and believe “little accountability” has been taken since then.

Harry and Meghan Blame Queen for Race Row Controversy

Meghan said in the bombshell interview, which aired in early March, that an unidentified royal voiced to Harry “concerns” about “how black” her child’s complexion will be.

She also alleged that she had suicide thoughts throughout her tenure as a senior royal and that top palace authorities refused to assist her with her mental health.

Following the couple’s accusations, Buckingham Palace issued a statement on the Queen’s behalf, saying that the concerns presented were “concerning,” but that “recollections may differ.”

Scobie and Durand say in a new epilogue to their unofficial biography of the couple, Finding Freedom, published by People magazine, that this remark “did not go unnoticed” by Harry and Meghan.

The Queen’s remark that “recollections may differ” did not go unnoticed by the pair, who, according to a close source, were “not shocked” that complete ownership was not seized.

Meghan’s friend said, “Months later, little responsibility has been taken.” ‘How are you going to proceed with that?’

Since its first reaction, in which a spokeswoman stated that the allegations made “would be handled by the family discreetly,” Buckingham Palace has been silent on the interview.

During the Oprah interview, Harry said that his family had financially abandoned him and that his father, Prince Charles, had ceased returning his calls when he stood down from his royal responsibilities.

He also said that racism had a “significant role” in his choice to leave the United Kingdom.

As they sought financial independence, Harry and Meghan, who have lived in California since leaving the UK, secured agreements with Netflix and Spotify.

According to Scobie, the pair is “thrilled” to be entering a new “period of exposure.”

“They seem to be in a different place, and that area appears to be more healthier,” he said.

“Meghan famously said that just surviving was not enough – we are now in the thriving chapter.”

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