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Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : BBC Reveals Names of Senior British Royals Involved in Skin Color Controversy Surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Son Archie

The BBC has joined other news outlets in disclosing the names of the senior British royals accused of making comments about the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, Archie.

Piers Morgan, on his TalkTV show, revealed that King Charles III and Kate Middleton were named in a Dutch version of journalist Omid Scobie’s book, “Endgame,” which mistakenly identified the royals involved.

According to Scobie’s book, Prince Harry and Markle referred to the King when they spoke to Oprah Winfrey in 2021 about a royal expressing concerns about Archie’s skin tone. The book also claimed that the Princess of Wales, now identified as Kate Middleton, discussed the matter as well.

However, the names were printed in error, and Scobie denies ever identifying the individuals in writing. The Dutch publisher, Xander, is currently investigating the matter and has pulled copies of Scobie’s books from retailers.

Initially, the BBC had refrained from naming the King and Middleton but changed its position during the broadcast of its flagship Radio 4 news show, “Today.” Presenter Nick Robinson announced that the BBC would now identify the royals at the center of the allegations.

This change in stance came after a BBC insider acknowledged that the story had gained significant momentum and decided to disclose the names. Other news outlets, including Sky News, ITV, and US publications like The New York Times, have also identified the royals involved.

The revelation has caused the story to gather momentum in the UK, with newspapers such as The Mirror and The Daily Telegraph featuring the royals’ names on their front pages.

Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have declined to comment on the matter, while sources from Buckingham Palace suggested that legal action, including a potential lawsuit, was being considered. Prince Harry and Markle have not responded to requests for comment.

Scobie maintains that he never included the names of the royals in his book and expressed his frustration during an interview with ITV’s “This Morning.”

UK security minister Tom Tugendhat dismissed the claims made against the King, labeling them as rumors and hearsay. He emphasized that the King had served the country with dignity and grace for many years.

As the controversy continues to unfold, the public awaits further updates on this sensitive matter.

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