Buckingham Palace Responds To Allegations In Harry And Meghan's Oprah Interview

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Buckingham Palace says allegations of racism made by Prince Harry and wife Meghan are concerning and will be addressed privately by the royal family. A statement issued today on behalf of the queen also says the couple and baby Archie will always be much loved members of the family and that the whole family was saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. Meghan says concerns were raised about the color of the baby's skin while she was pregnant. Her family. Also responding. Both Mega Marco's father and half sister spoke Outpost Oprah Interview when the actress laid out claims of racism against the British monarchy and her own suicidal thoughts. While living is part of the royal family, Thomas Marco said he does not believe the British royal family's racist, he told the British network ITV, he has great respect for the Royals. He said he believes Los Angeles is racist. California is racist, while Samantha Marchal, who wrote a book titled The Diary of Princess Pushy His sister refuted claims from the Duchess of Sussex that they don't know one another by providing pictures to inside edition that proved the two shared significant moments

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