Meghan Markle Vindicated? — This Royal Family Member Reveals Who Was Accused Of Raising Questions About ‘Archie’s Skin Color’ In Private Conversation With Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Child Archie Skin Tone Lady Colin Campbell

It seems that Meghan Markle has been vindicated by an unexpected member of the royal family.

Lady Colin Campbell has confirmed that Princess Anne is the person accused of making comments about how dark her great-nephew’s skin might be when he is born.

During her highly-publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle dropped the shocking bombshell that a royal family member made some disturbing comments about her baby boy’s skin tone.

At the time, Meghan was pregnant with her first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

The former actress declined to reveal the name of the person who allegedly made the jaw-dropping race-related comment about her unborn child.

Later on in the interview, Prince Harry also claimed that a member of his family raised questions about Archie’s skin tone.

Many royal fans were angry at the bombshell. Some claimed that the power couple made up the racist story or may have twisted the royal family member’s words to ensure that their interview has a more significant impact.

Prince William attempted to defend his family by angrily telling reporters: “We’re very much not a racist family.”

The very talkative Lady C recently revealed that Princess Anne is the royal family member accused of making the remarks about Meghan and Harry’s baby skin color. However, it was all a big misunderstanding because Anne was mostly talking about cultural differences.

Lady Colin Campbell also claimed that Queen Elizabeth II‘s daughter is not at all racist. Prince Harry’s aunt asked the somewhat inappropriate questions because she was worried.

She said that she believes that Princess Anne’s good intentions were misunderstood. The socialite said that Anne asked the questions about Archie not because he is mixed-race but because she was concerned about how he would fit in the royal family and society.

Lady C claimed: “Harry decided that on the slimmest of hints about culture – that it referred to color. She [Anne] had concerns about the disastrous effects of allowing somebody of that ilk, character-wise, into the family, would not only cause trouble for all of them but also for any child born of the union.”

Lady C added: “Harry ran to Meghan with the objections; Meghan weaponized them on the grounds of color. We are looking at people who are very eager to spot a slight where doubtless none exist. There were no concerns about Meghan’s color. Princess Anne was rightly concerned that if the marriage proceeded and there were children there would be huge problems, not because of Meghan’s color, but because of Meghan’s inability and determination to remain unable to appreciate the cultural differences.”

She went to explain that Princess Anne always felt that Meghan Markle was the wrong wife for Prince Harry for many reasons.

She shared: “Nobody is the guilty party in terms of racism. But Princess Anne was the champion in terms of ‘don’t marry that girl, she is unsuitable. She is wrong for the country, wrong for the job. Well, it’s turned out to be true. I think it’s important that it is out there before it is weaponized by some anti-establishment, anti-monarchist organization, who will spin things destructively to further their agenda.”

Buckingham Palace has decided to work with an expert on race-related issues since the Sussexes made the racism accusation.

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