Meghan Markle named two people in royal household who allegedly made racist comment in letter to King Charles III: bombshell book


Meghan Markle has accused two of the royal family alum for making racist remarks, a shocking new book claims.

Author Omid Scobie in his book ‘Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survial’, claims that Duchess of Sussex wrote private letters to King Charles III, in which she mentioned the named of two people who were involved in those “conversations,” as reported by Page Six, citing an advance copy of the upcoming book.

Earlier, in 2021, Meghan had revealed that a member of the royal family expressed “concerns” over her and Prince Harry’s son Archie’s skin-color, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.


When Winfrey pushed back, “About how dark your baby is going to be?,” the duchess, who is half-black, replied, “Potentially, and what that would mean or look like.”

Harry, 39, refused to elaborate on the matter later in the interview.

Meanwhile, Prince William defended his family saying the royals were “very much not a racist family.”

However, Scobie’s book for the first time has revealed that a second party was involved. He does not reveal whether the second party is a royal, but he confirms that they are part of the royal household.

The royal expert claims to know who the individuals are, but did not mention it in his book, as the law in the United Kingdom “prevents [him] from reporting who they were.”