DAMAGE DONE? Harry and Meghan almost denounced the racist royal – .

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DAMAGE DONE? Harry and Meghan almost denounced the racist royal – .


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Even Oprah Winfrey couldn’t convince Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to reveal who the racist royal is.

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Harry and Meghan were set to reveal which royal made the racist remarks before his son Archie was born, but made the decision not to because it would have been too ‘damaging’.

In the updated edition of the biography Find freedom, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand allege the couple considered “sharing this detail” about the anonymous royal who asked “how dark their unborn child would be,” the Daily Mail reported.

Meghan, however, shut it down, telling Oprah: “I think it would be very damaging to them. “

Instead, when Winfrey asked if they would exhibit the royal, Harry said, “This conversation, I’ll never share it, but at the time, it was awkward; I was a little shocked. “

He clarified that it was neither Queen Elizabeth nor Prince Philip.

Meghan’s No.1 foe Piers Morgan called the couple “shameless weasels” and said they should “name the alleged racist royal and let them answer. Otherwise, you keep messing up the whole family.

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Perhaps the real reason Meghan and Harry aren’t revealing the alleged racist is that they could face legal action.

Lawyer Mark Stephens told Mail + that had the couple exposed the royal they could have been sued for libel and invasion of privacy.

“First, the exact words that were spoken should be identified and the context in which they were spoken,” Stephens explained. “Was it racist or was it just an investigation?

Context and intent are key, as well as determining whether Archie’s skin color question had a “racist undertone” or if it was really meant to be racist, he added.

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The updated edition, which is expected to be released next week, also alleges that some members of the royal family were “quietly happy” that Meghan missed Prince Philip’s funeral in April because they feared her appearance would “” create a show ”.

Harry could have used his wife’s support, however. He and his father, Prince Charles, were only on “light terms” at the funeral, according to the book.

“As brief as their conversations were, they were a step forward in a necessary healing process for the couple,” said one insider.

Even though their infamous interview with Oprah was damaging to the royal family, the book details that Meghan found it “cathartic” and “liberating.”



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