Prince William says royals are ‘very a lot not a racist household,’ has not spoken to Harry but

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Prince William photographed in Peterborough, England, on July 16, 2020.

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LONDON — Prince William has issued his first feedback because the explosive interview given by his brother Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, saying the royal household aren’t racist.

“We’re very a lot not a racist household,” William, the Duke of Cambridge, stated after a query from Sky Information Thursday concerning the interview. Harry and Meghan had made allegations of racism throughout the palace, and stated that they felt unsupported by the remainder of the royal household.

Requested if he had spoken to his brother but, William replied: “I have not spoken to him but however I plan to.”

The feedback, made throughout a go to to an east London faculty on Thursday, come after the interview with Harry and Meghan by Oprah Winfrey which was first aired on Sunday evening. The couple, who now dwell within the U.S., alleged {that a} member of the royal household had questioned what pores and skin tone their then-unborn little one may need.

Meghan, the primary mixed-race member of the fashionable British royal household, wouldn’t reveal who had made the remark, saying, “I believe that may be very damaging for them.”

Winfrey later clarified that the remark had not been made by the queen or Prince Philip.

The 2-hour interview, which was watched by thousands and thousands of viewers on either side of the Atlantic, contained different damaging claims together with that the palace had failed to offer help for Meghan when she skilled psychological well being points that left her feeling suicidal.

The Sussexes spoke of the pressures of royal life and in addition stated that they had been prompted to depart the U.Ok., and to step back from their roles as working royals early last year, due to hostility from the British tabloid press that they stated the palace had did not defend them from.

The interview, aired Monday evening in Britain, reportedly prompted disaster talks amongst senior members of the royal household. Afterward Tuesday, Buckingham Palace issued a statement on behalf of the queen during which it was acknowledged that the household would take care of the matter in non-public.

“The entire household is saddened to study the total extent of how difficult the previous couple of years have been for Harry and Meghan,” the queen stated in an announcement on Tuesday.

“The problems raised, notably that of race, are regarding. Whereas some recollections could differ, they’re taken very significantly and will probably be addressed by the household privately,” she added.