Meghan Markle’s Rep Denies She Leaked Her 2021 Letter To King Charles About Racism In The Royal Family

April 25, 2023 / Posted by:

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were at a Lakers game in Los Angeles last night (a little on that in a second), but the game she’s mainly been focused on is the one where she’s trying to clear her good name! And last week, royal reporters accused Meghan of leaking the news of a letter she sent to King Charles III in 2021 about the Racist Royal™ who asked what color Prince Archie’s skin color would be when he was still in his mother’s womb. Meghan’s rep has since denied she leaked the letter and in a PLOT TWIST, the Palace has backed her up.

Harry and Meghan’s comments about the skin color question came up during their interview with Oprah back in 2021. They haven’t named the Royal who asked that question, but THE QUEEN and Prince Philip have been crossed off the list of suspects. It was reported that Queen Camilla was the culprit, and a book also claimed that it was King Charles. Well, if it was King Charles, then Meghan’s letter may have started with, “Bitch, I know it was you!” because she named names in her letter. via Page Six:

Page Six understands that the letters identify the name of a senior member of the royal family who allegedly made the comment. At the time of the interview, palace insiders briefed that it was neither Queen Elizabeth II nor Prince Phillip.

Christopher Andersen’s book “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” did, in fact, name Charles as the one who questioned Archie’s skin tone, but this has never been proven.

After being accused of leaking the letter to the press, Meghan had her rep put out the fire with the following statement:

“The Duchess of Sussex is going about her life in the present, not thinking about correspondence from two years ago related to conversations from four years ago. Any suggestion otherwise is false and frankly ridiculous. We encourage tabloid media and various royal correspondents to stop the exhausting circus that they alone are creating.”

Obviously, Meg’s gonna deny deny deny, but in a shocking turn of events, the palace actually backed her up! *Gasp!* Legal letters were sent from the palace debunking the rumors that Meghan leaked her correspondence with the King, according to Entertainment Tonight:

After the report was published, royal reporters and royal fans took to social media and accused Meghan of leaking the letter. Most notably, the royal correspondent for The Sunday Times, Valentine Low, went as far as asking on Twitter, “The question is, why does the Sussex camp want to leak all this? Is it Meghan trying to prevent an outbreak of peace between Harry and his father? And intriguing that they should resort to the sort of briefing that they condemned in others.”

Low backtracked those comments and tweeted, “Given that legal letters have been sent by the Sussexes’ lawyers as well as the palace’s since the story was published, it seems I was wrong in assuming that it came from the Sussex camp. Sorry to all about that. But even more intriguing!”

In more “intriguing” news, while Harry and Meghan were at the Lakers game last night, the Kiss Cam landed on them. But while Harry was down to give the people what they wanted by kissing Meghan, she wasn’t into it and swerved like, “Harry, save it for the sequel to our Netflix special, dammit!

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