British minister responds to Megan’s accusations


The British children’s minister said there was no place for racism in society, after Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan, accused a person in the British royal family of raising concerns about her child’s skin color before he was born.

“There is no place for racism in our society at all,” said Minister Vicki Ford, today, Monday, to Sky News.

The minister’s response comes after the Duchess of Sussex made a painful and shocking confession in her interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which she revealed that there were concerns within the British royal family about the skin color of her child, Archie, before his birth.

Megan refused to reveal the people who talked about such concerns with Harry who conveyed the story to her, saying that revealing their names would be “very harmful.”

Harry, 36, and his wife Megan, 39, abandoned their royal duties in January 2020, and moved with their first son, Archie, to Southern California, USA, for a more independent life and away from the British media.


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