"As a translator, I translate what is in front of me. The names of the royals were black and white. I didn't add them. I just did that I'm paid to do, which is to translate the book from English to Dutch." These were the words of Saskia Peeters of the Dutch translator of Endgame, the book of the controversial author Omid Scobie.
In fact, in the Dutch version of the book, Eindstrijd, the names of the members of the royal family members who made alleged racist comments about the skin of Harry and Meghan's son were reported. The Dutch version of the book revealed they would have been King Charles III and Kate Middleton.
And Saskia tried to defed from the accusiation recived. And yet, Scobie shared another version of the issue, telling to INews: "The only publisher I worked with directly was the US and UK publisher. I spent nearly two months with lawyers and legal advisors to ensure that every detail in the finalized book was watertight.
legal point of view. Without my knowledge at the time an unauthorized first text was provided to the Dutch publisher for them to start working on the translation, with the agreement that their translation would be updated taking into account the final version of the book that I officially sent."
The version of the contorversial Endgame book
The controversial Scobie assured the Daily Mail: "There is no version that I have produced that contains the names." But it must be said from these words it would seem that the names were in the draft of the book.
The real question is who say the truth? And, above all, how reliable are the controversial Scobie's words really? Meanwhile, we also recall according Woman's Day, Harry would like to have a face-to-face meeting with his father to try to smooth over the situation that has arisen with the release of Omid Scobie's Endgame book.
In the book by the controversial author and self-styled expert on the Royal Family, the names of racist people within the Royal Family are mentioned, who, according to the author of the book, asked Harry what color his son's skin would be.