Camilla Parker Bowles has never been ‘racist’ about Harry, Meghan’s son: report

Prince Charles’ wife Camilla Parker Bowles is not the royal who made the alleged racist remarks about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children, according to a report.

In his recently published, unauthorized biography of the British royal family, Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors, British writer and former BBC journalist and television producer Tom Bower claimed that Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall once commented on it The look of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s then-unborn child, which the former “Suits” star thought was racist.

Markle and Prince Harry previously claimed a member of the royal family asked what skin color their future child would be in their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, though they didn’t name the royal behind the alleged remarks.

But an unnamed “senior” source told the New York Post’s Page Six: “Camilla is not racist – I can tell you categorically that she is not the queen that Harry and Meghan have been talking about.”

While Prince Harry isn’t a huge fan of his stepmother, his alleged issue with her had nothing to do with racism, another anonymous palace insider claimed to the outlet.

“Yes, Harry may not love Camilla, but that goes back years – long before he met Meghan and their marriage. And that has nothing to do with alleged racism,” the second source claimed.

International Business Times has not been able to independently verify this information.

Bower claimed in his book that part of the reason Prince Harry and Markle gave up royal duties and moved to California may have been their alleged issues with Camilla. The author also speculated that the Duke of Sussex could expose her as a “racist” in his forthcoming memoir.

“The Sussexes’ suspicions that the Duchess of Cornwall had made racist remarks about Archie had fueled her chilling denunciation of the entire royal family,” Bower claimed.

In his book, Bower claimed Camilla allegedly made a “racist” comment about what Markle and Prince Harry’s future child’s hair would look like sometime after the couple’s relationship became public in 2016.

The book claimed that during a conversation between Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Camilla at what was then Clarence House, the Duchess of Cornwall reportedly remarked, “Wouldn’t it be funny if your child had auburn afro hair?” Bower has no source for this claim specified.

Prince Harry reportedly initially “laughed” at the comment, Bower claimed, but “Meghan’s reaction to that conversation turned Harry’s amusement into anger.”

During Markle and Prince Harry’s 2021 interview with Winfrey, the former actress claimed there had been “concerns and conversations about how dark” her then-unborn son’s skin might be. Markle declined to name the king behind the alleged remarks, saying the revelation would be too damaging.

Prince Harry later told Winfrey that it wasn’t his grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.

He also said the conversation happened early in his romance with Markle. “It was right at the beginning: ‘What are the kids going to look like?'” he recalls.

Buckingham Palace issued a statement in response to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s claims, saying in part: “The issues raised, particularly those of race, are worryingly family private.”

Prince William also denied the allegations and told Sky News: “We are not a racist family.”

Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War between the Windsors, written without Markle’s input, is out now.

Meghan, Prince Harry and Camilla

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