Following the river interview of Harry and Meghan, run by host Oprah WinfreyReactions from Buckingham Palace were expected. Queen Elizabeth said on Tuesday evening, she said the couple experienced and felt “saddened” by the difficultiesPrince Harry, Meghan and her son “There will always be much loved members of the family.”
The couple now resides in the United States and have lost their royal responsibilities.
There are allegations of racism made by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan “Worrying” And will be taken “very seriously”Buckingham Palace said in its first statement on Tuesday after the couple’s stunning interview.
“The questions raised, especially those related to race, are a matter of concern. Although some memories may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be treated privately by the family. “Added the palace in a statement, where the royal family says it is “tragic” to learn of the difficulties the couple had faced in recent years.
Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday assured Prince Harry and his wife Meghan his affection, and promised to be treated “solitarily“Accusations of racism unveiled by couple, sure to take them”very seriously“.
On the identity of the person asking this question, the couple clarified that it was neither Queen Elizabeth II, 94, nor her husband, 99-year-old Prince Philip, who is currently hospitalized.
Some in government fear that these allegations will permanently undermine the aura of the monarchy, a country brought to question its colonial past in the wake of the recent Black Lives Matter movement, and in the organization of the Commonwealth Question dear queen.
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