Prince William says “We are not a racist family” after Harry and Meghan interview claims

The Sussexes made a series of shocking claims about their time as working royals during the interview with Oprah Winfrey.


The interview which shook not only Britain, but the entire world, and is still number one topic, made the wide public divided over who to trust, the former royals, Harry and Meghan, or the Palace.

The shocking revelations triggered the hashtag #AbolishTheMonarchy to be trending all over the social media.

People are wondering what was really going on behind closed doors as Meghan accused the Royals of not being enough supportive, especially when she came forward to them about her suicidal thoughts, which she described as “a very clear and real and frightening, constant thought.”

The bombshell interview revealed that the life in the Palace is not as harmonious as most of us considered it to be, and now that The Sussexes stepped down from their royal duties, for good, they are no longer constrained as to what they can and can’t say about the most famous family in the world.

Right after the couple opened their hearts to Oprah, and spoke of the conversation one of the senior royals had with them as to how dark Archie’s skin might be before he was welcomed into the world, everyone was in anticipation of hearing what the Queen would have to say about the allegations.

Queen Elizabeth II, released a statement in which she wrote: “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan.” The statement further read that the issue of raise is concerning.

Among the rest, Harry said that his brother, The Duke of Cambridge, and his father, Prince Charles, were trapped. He was trapped as well, but now he was free.

But as no one except for the Queen has commented on the interview, the public has been eager to hear what William and Charles think of Harry’s words. According to Sky News, William, who will one day conceivably be King of England, said: “We are very much not a racist family.” Asked whether he spoke to his brother, he answered: “No, I haven’t spoken to him yet but I will do.”

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Regarding his relationship with his brother and father, Harry told Oprah: “The relationship is space at the moment. And time heals all things, hopefully.”

We honestly hope the brothers will be able to put any arguments aside and will be close as before.