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Meghan Markle asked to say who had racist words for Archie


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In an interview with Extra and broadcast this Tuesday, April 6, the journalist Piers Morgan summoned Meghan Markle to denounce the member of the royal family who would have made racist comments about the little Archie. A name that the Sussex have always refused to communicate.

Who was guilty of making racist comments about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son? During their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Sussexes caused an uproar by revealing that a member of the royal family had been concerned about the skin color of little Archie, who was not yet born at the time. Cautious, Meghan and Harry had categorically refused to give the name of the person in question, causing a controversy that panicked the Crown. Thanked by the producers of the program Good Morning Britain after having violently attacked the Duchess of Sussex, saying in particular that he did not believe her allegations about the royal family, Piers Morgan gave an interview to Extra this Tuesday, April 6.

The opportunity for the British journalist to wash his honor … and to hit the Sussex once again. In particular, he called on the Duchess of Sussex to reveal the name of the person who allegedly made racist remarks about her son. “Was there a problem with the skin color of the child in the eyes of the royal family? If there was, if that’s really what happened, then I want to know which member of the Crown is involved because I pay for them as a taxpayer. I don’t want my tax dollars funding a racist,” said Piers Morgan.

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The Queen and Prince Philip spared

An information that the Sussexes do not seem inclined to reveal, Meghan Markle having confided to Oprah Winfrey that revealing this name would be particularly “damaging” for the person in question. While theories are flying, Prince Harry was keen to spare his grandparents. The day after the broadcast of the great Sussex interview, Oprah Winfrey told Gayle King that the Duke of Sussex had told her that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were not the people targeted by their accusations.

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