Harry and Meghan ‘considered naming royal racist who asked about Archie’s skin colour’ in Oprah interview that the Duchess found ‘cathartic’ and ‘liberating’, new biography chapter claims
The Daily Mail says: Meghan and Harry considered naming the royal they alleged made a racist remark before their son Archie’s birth, it was claimed last night.
An updated edition of a biography of the couple says they weighed up ‘sharing this detail’ in their bombshell TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.
However Meghan ultimately told Oprah that revealing the individual’s identity would be ‘very damaging to them’.
A leaked epilogue to the update of Finding Freedom makes a series of dramatic claims about the couple, the state of their relationship with the Royal Family and the fallout from the tell-all interview in March.
It says Prince William was left ‘furious’ by the broadcast – but that Meghan found it ‘cathartic’ and ‘liberating’. It also quotes a friend of the duchess as complaining that, several months later, ‘little accountability’ had been taken by the monarchy over her allegations.
Harry and Meghan have repeatedly insisted that Finding Freedom was unauthorised and that they had not offered any co-operation. However, the authors – Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand – are seen as being close to the couple. The updated edition, with a new epilogue, is due to be published next week.
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