The palace has dismissed as “fiction” claims Prince Charles was the royal who speculated on the pores and skin color of the kids of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
American creator Christopher Andersen alleges the prince made the touch upon the day Harry and Meghan’s engagement was announced in November 2017.
Andersen made the claims in his new e book Brothers And Wives: Inside The Non-public Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan.
He wrote the Prince of Wales stated to the Duchess of Cornwall: “I’m wondering what the kids will appear to be?”
When Camilla replied, “Nicely, completely attractive, I am sure,” the e book claims Charles went on to say, “I imply, what do you suppose their youngsters’s complexion is likely to be?”
In response, a palace supply instructed Sky’s royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills: “That is fiction and never price additional remark.”
Andersen stopped wanting accusing Prince Charles of being racist, saying “scheming courtiers” gave it a “spin”, the New York Publish’s Web page Six reported.
Prince Harry and Meghan accused a member of the Royal Family of racism in claims made throughout their Oprah Winfrey interview earlier this yr.
Meghan stated, when she was pregnant with Archie, an unnamed member of the Royal Household raised “considerations and conversations about how darkish his pores and skin is likely to be when he is born”.
Meghan refused to say who made the feedback, including: “I believe that will be very damaging to them.”
However the Sussexes later clarified it was not the Queen or the Duke of Edinburgh.
It comes as Charles arrived in Barbados forward of a historic ceremony that can see the nation swear in its first president and formally end the Queen’s role as its head of state.