The ongoing saga involving Prince Harry and the British Royal Family has taken another turn, with Harry being urged to issue a public apology in light of recent allegations. The controversy stems from claims made in Omid Scobie's book "Endgame," which include allegations of racism within the royal family.
During a recent interview, Piers Morgan, a well-known royal commentator and critic of Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, weighed in on the matter. When asked what it would take for him to forgive Prince Harry, Morgan, the former host of "Good Morning Britain," remarked, "My forgiveness is irrelevant." However, he suggested that if Prince Harry seeks reconciliation with his family and the British public, a good starting point would be to address the accusations of racism.
"He can start by issuing a public apology for calling the Royals a bunch of racists then pretending he hadn’t," Morgan stated.
Racism Allegations Escalate
This call for an apology comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to step down from their senior royal roles in 2020, a move that has been met with significant backlash and controversy.
The couple has been notably silent on the alleged royal race row issue, particularly since the release of the Dutch version of Scobie's book. This version reportedly reveals the identities of two royal figures allegedly involved in racist conversations about the couple's son, Archie.
The issue of racism within the royal family first gained widespread attention following Meghan Markle's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. In the interview, Markle made several shocking revelations about her treatment by the royal family, including allegations of racism and neglect.
This ongoing controversy continues to cast a shadow over the British Royal Family, with Prince Harry's response, or lack thereof, only adding to the intense scrutiny and public discourse surrounding the institution's alleged racial issues.
As the saga unfolds, the world watches closely to see how Prince Harry and the royal family will navigate these turbulent waters.