Prince Harry narrative could 'severe ties with family' says host
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Prince Harry, 37, is under pressure to name the “royal racist” in his upcoming book, The Sun has claimed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex accused a member of the Royal Family of making racial comments about their son, Archie, during an interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year. Royal expert Kinsey Schofield has warned Prince William will be “disappointed” in Harry if he was to identify the royal. The Duke previously said he would never reveal the name.
Speaking to GB News, Ms Schofield said: “Isn’t this just the tackiest rumour in the world?
“I believe the publishers are going to continue to perpetuate this rumour because quite frankly Prince Harry and gone way overboard on oversharing this past year.
“What is there left to know? This is the only secret left for the Sussex couple.
“I think that we’re going to continue to hear this rumour because it’s really the only thing that might send people to the bookstores to purchase this book.
“The article that I’ve read about the rumour also suggests Harry is going to go deep into his mother’s background.
“I love that idea, I think this is a great opportunity for Harry to brand himself as a leader and as somebody worthy of giving us guidance and advice on how to be better humans.
“Unfortunately if he goes this route it really looks tacky, it’s going to completely sever his ties with his family, especially his brother.
“I think his brother will be disappointed in him if they continue with this narrative.
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“I really hope that it’s not true but I don’t think this rumour is going to go away because frankly it’s really the only thing that they have that the entire world is curious about and that might sell a few books.
TalkRADIO presenter Mike Graham previously claimed Harry “felt bad” after accusing a family member of racism.
Speaking on talkRADIO, Mr Graham said: “The other thing that proves that Harry wasn’t happy was he obviously went to Oprah afterwards that this is not the Queen or Prince Philip in terms of the person who is alleged to have made this racist remark.
“He obviously felt bad, I think.
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“My theory is he reported to Meghan that something had been said and he maybe over-emphasised it in some way to keep in with her and she’s now run with it and turned it into something completely different.
The royal family have taken their first steps towards a reconciliation with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – but a friend of Meghan claimed initial talks were “not productive”.
US breakfast show host Gayle King said she had called the Sussexes and was told Harry had spoken to his father, the Prince of Wales, and brother the Duke of Cambridge – but no-one has yet spoken to Meghan.
Ms King suggested that despite the conversations not bearing fruit, the Sussexes were “glad” dialogue had started.
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