The royals are resisting the temptation to comment on the race row. And early signs are that the strategy is working.
Piers Morgan defended his naming of King Charles and Kate Middleton as the alleged “royal racists,” spoke up for them, attacked Omid Scobie—then got a taste of his own medicine.
Information dam crashes in spectacular style as the Guardian follows Piers Morgan and New York Post in naming Kate and Charles, bringing to an end over two years of speculation.
Harry and William’s “irreparable” relationship, two royal racists, why Kate never liked Meghan, William v. Charles—all the gossip and intrigue from Scobie’s “Endgame,” out today.
Omid Scobie writes in “Endgame” that William and Kate knew about the “concerns” over the color of Archie’s skin, but did not heed King Charles’ request to talk to Harry and Meghan.
Omid Scobie, speaking about his book, “Endgame,” denies Meghan was a source or that she’s a friend, and claims Kate and Meghan have had “almost zero communication” since late 2019.
A friend of William’s told The Daily Beast: “Would you want to sit down for a slap-up Christmas lunch with someone who had basically called you an asshole in public?”