Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, in their groundbreaking interview with Oprah Winfrey, laid bare disturbing incidents within the royal family. The couple alleged that an unnamed royal family member expressed concerns about the potential darkness of their son Archie’s skin before his birth.
As public demand intensified for the revelation of the individuals involved, royal author Omid Scobie now claims that Meghan Markle identified two royal household members in private letters sent to King Charles. These revelations are part of Scobie’s forthcoming book, ‘Endgame,’ described as a penetrating investigation into the current state of the British monarchy.
According to Scobie, Meghan Markle detailed that the two family members engaged in troubling “conversations” about her son, though their identities remain undisclosed due to legal constraints. The author asserts possessing this information but cites UK laws preventing him from disclosing their names.
The private letters, reportedly dispatched to King Charles in the spring of 2021, reflect Meghan and Harry’s concerns after the Oprah interview. Allegedly, King Charles aimed to assure them that no “casual prejudice” had influenced any actions within the royal family.
‘Endgame’ promises to delve into the aftermath of Meghan Markle’s correspondence with King Charles, suggesting that both parties felt they had been heard. The book, set to be a revealing exploration of the British monarchy’s current state, raises crucial questions about the institution’s internal dynamics and the challenges faced by its members.