(RepublicanReport.org) – In 2020, Omid Scobie wrote a book entitled, “Endgame.” The literary work takes place after Queen Elizabeth II’s death, talking about King Charles III taking the royal reigns and the inner workings of the family business. Scobie’s account didn’t hold back as he hurled insults at the Royal Family, calling them “tone-deaf, racist, and financially reckless.” Recently, Piers Morgan made a revelation from the book that was excluded from every release, except for the Dutch translation.
On November 30, Newsweek reported that the show host revealed who allegedly shared concerns about how dark Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s child’s skin would be. The Duchess of Sussex is biracial — her father is white, and her mother is black. Morgan reasoned that since people in the United Kingdom are the ones who support the Royal Family, they have more rights than the Dutch to know who asked the skin color question. He revealed that King Charles III and Princess Kate were the alleged culprits.
Since the Dutch version of the book was quickly pulled from the shelves when the error was reported, it’s unclear if Morgan’s revelation was accurate. However, the host did note that he didn’t believe the two senior royals made any racist comments — multiple times. Morgan said until there is “actual evidence” of the comments, he doesn’t believe the question was ever asked.
Meghan Markle made the claim during a 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey. During the discussion, the Duchess of Sussex explained that there were “several conversations” between Prince Harry, herself, and other members of the Royal Family about “how dark” Archie’s skin would be.
As for Morgan’s revelation, Newsweek reported that uttering the names could open the host up to a lawsuit. He, however, did so in the interest of free speech and felt it was only fair to his fellow Brits.
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