Meghan Markle Claims The Royal Family Banned Archie From Being a Prince Because They Feared How ‘Dark’ He Would Be


Meghan Markle had a stunning interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which she accused the Royal Family of having ‘concerns’ about ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be before he was born. As you know already, Meghan is mixed-race, and Harry is white.
Markle also described her ‘pain’ when Archie was denied the title of prince, and she accused the Buckingham Palace of failing to protect him by denying him 24/7 security.
Additionally, she said that it was a ‘pretty safe’ assumption to suggest that one royal family member was ‘concerned’ that Archie was being ‘too brown’, and it was ‘a problem’.

Winfrey asked Markle if it was important for her that Archie be called a prince, she said that she doesn’t have any attachment to the ‘grandeur’ of official titles.

Prince Harry joined Meghan Markle for the last part of the interview, and said that the conversation was ‘awkward’ and it left him ‘shocked’.
However, he declined to reveal more about what was said.

Meghan told Winfrey that there was a conversation about how dark her baby might be while she was pregnant, and that he won’t be given security or a title.

Prince Harry confirmed that the conversation did take place. Although he claims that he will never share it, he noted that it was awkward at the time, and he was a bit shocked.

Source: Daily Mail