A new book suggests that Price Harry will expose Camilla as "racist" in his memoir.
Over Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have abandoned the United Kingdom and the royal family. In his future memoir, Harry will expose his stepmother as a "racist," according to a new book.
In his new book, Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and the War Between the Windsors, Tom Bower alleges that "the Sussexes' frightening condemnation of the whole royal family was spurred by their suspicion that the Duchess of Cornwall had made racist comments about their son Archie."
Bower goes on to say that Camilla reportedly made a "racist" remark regarding Meghan and Harry's unborn child's hair after their relationship was made public, per Page Six. He wrote in an excerpt of the book, "During those weeks, Harry met Charles and Camilla at Clarence House. In Harry’s version, the conversation alternated between serious and joking and touched three topics."
He further added, "First, Harry was told that Meghan should continue with her acting career. Second, Scotland Yard could not automatically be expected to pay for his girlfriend’s 24-hour protection. And third, according to Harry, someone speculated about what his future child would ‘look like.’ In one version, Camilla remarked, ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if your child had ginger Afro hair?’ "
Harry, at first, supposedly "laughed" at the comment but, "subsequently, Meghan’s reaction to that conversation turned Harry’s amusement into fury," per Bower.
Bower also anticipates that Harry's memoir, due out this fall and ghostwritten by American writer J.R. Moehringer, would delve more into Harry and Camilla's feud. He writes, "Meghan was expected to help the ghost-writer understand the pain inflicted by the royal family on herself and Harry. Among the targets besides William, Kate and Charles would be Camilla. Meghan had identified her as racist."
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The book also states that when the Queen announced in February that Prince Charles' wife will one day be named Queen Consort, Harry responded with "stony silence." He said that Prince Charles, "suspected" that Camilla was the reason the couple turned away from the royal family. He wrote, "Harry’s refusal to acknowledge the Queen’s decision foreshadowed the problems to come. Charles had good reason to fear that Harry’s dislike of Camilla had been re-energized by Meghan."
Bower added, "Easily persuaded, Harry edged towards betraying his father, Camilla, the Cambridges and even the Queen … To earn out the publisher’s advance, nothing and no one had been sacrosanct."
Bombshell claim Camilla asked if Meghan and Harry's son would have 'Ginger Afro' https://t.co/lmVpXs9Rcz if Camilla Parker Bowles she racist person and make comments about the colour of skin of children this is very disgraceful and she should step down as royal like Prince Albert— Alessandra Castelli (@Alessan84249140) July 22, 2022
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said in a shocking March 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey that, before Archie was born in May 2019, they were surprised when an anonymous member of the royal family inquired what color their child's skin will be, per New York Times.
When Winfrey asked who was behind the statements, Markle claimed there were "several conversations" at the time. However, when questioned about his thoughts on the subject, Harry stated that there was just one. He said, "That conversation, I am never going to share. At the time, it was awkward, I was a bit shocked."
Bower wrote in his book, "Easily persuaded, Harry edged towards betraying his father, Camilla, the Cambridges and even the Queen … To earn out the publisher’s advance, nothing and no one had been sacrosanct."
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