Meghan Markle’s Claim of Racism in Royal Family

A new story says that Meghan Markle worried about “unconscious bias” to King Charles III. In one of her emails to the King, the Duchess told him the name of the person in the Royal family who she said was racist toward her. During her controversial interview with Oprah, Markle said that she was asked racist questions, but she wouldn’t say who asked them.

When asked, Prince Harry said that the talk had been “awkward.” Recent stories say that Markle thinks that the parts of royal life that made her want to kill herself are still not solved.

Meghan Markle’s Claim of Racism in Royal Family

The Telegraph recently claimed that Meghan Markle had written to King Charles about her worries about “unconscious bias” in the royal family. A source later told Page Six, “Yes, there was communication; the Duchess of Sussex and the King wrote each other letters.”

Meghan Markle's Claim of Racism in Royal Family
Meghan Markle’s Claim of Racism in Royal Family

But the source stressed that the contact happened two years ago and has nothing to do with Markle not going to the upcoming coronation of the King. In the United Kingdom, only Prince Harry will go to the party.

The Telegraph says that Markle talked to the King after her chat with Oprah Winfrey went viral in 2021. During that conversation, the Duchess said that a member of the royal family had asked about the color of her son Archie’s skin before he was born.

The letters between Markle and King Charles seem to reveal the name of the member of the Royal family who made the racist comments. At the time, people who worked at the house knew that the top official was not the late Queen Elizabeth or Prince Phillip.

Insiders say that Markle and the King “acknowledged that the person’s comment was not meant to be mean.” But it also said that Markle and Harry were upset that their children weren’t asked to take part in the crowning. “The Palace is also aware of the Sussexes’ disappointment that their children were not mentioned in the initial emails about the coronation,” it said.

The Waleses’ absence just made them feel like their family was less important than the Waleses’. Christopher Andersen said in his book Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan that King Charles had asked about Archie’s skin color, but there is no proof of this.

Prince Harry was asked about the conversation during his interview with Oprah, but he didn’t say anything. He did say, though, that it was just one talk and that it made him feel “awkward” and surprised. The news seems to have shocked King Charles, but Prince William didn’t care at all.

“We are not a racist family,” he said. But the people who wrote “Finding Freedom” said that in 2021, Markle and Harry thought about letting the racist Royal go, but decided it would be too bad.

The Telegraph says that Markle thinks her worries about some parts of being a royal, which led her to have suicidal thoughts, are still not fixed. The Duchess told Oprah that she had thought about killing herself when she was pregnant with their first child, Archie.

Markle said at the time that she couldn’t handle the stress of being a royal and the bad treatment she was getting from the British press. She said, “I just didn’t want to be alive anymore.” A representative for Markle, however, told Page Six that she has moved on and that the reports are completely false.

They said, “The Duchess of Sussex lives in the present and doesn’t think about letters from two years ago that were about conversations from four years ago.” Any other idea is wrong and, to be honest, dumb. We want the tabloid press and other royal reporters to stop making this tiresome circus on their own.