Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah interview made some explosive claims and revelations.
Now the Queen is to reach the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for “peace talks”.
Her Majesty, 94, reportedly wants to take control of the effects of the chat and has issued a “three-line whip” to prevent the palace aides from publicly discussing the situation.
Harry and Meghan Interview: Queen offers ‘olive branch’
The royal family is under fire after millions of viewers watched the interview alleging racism against the royals.
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The Daily mail reports that the Queen would like to address the interview personally with her grandson and his wife.
A source told the publication, “It’s hard to underestimate how shocked everyone is by what happened.
“People literally vacillate from what happened and some employees would love to openly disprove anything that has been said about them.
“But the Queen took a very measured and sensible approach. She sets a good example. This is a matter for you and the family. “
Ent Daily has asked Buckingham Palace officials for comment.
In the interview, which aired Monday night in the UK, Meghan and Harry talked about the past few years as working royals.
One of the bombshell claims came from the Duchess of Sussex when she claimed there were “concerns and talks” about how dark Archie’s skin color might be when he was born into the Royal Family.
What happened during the interview?
Meanwhile, Meghan and Harry refused to identify the person who allegedly made the comment.
Oprah later confirmed that Harry told her it was neither the Queen nor the Duke of Edinburgh, 99.
During the conversation, Meghan also said that she felt suicidal during her pregnancy with son Archie.
However, she claimed she asked for help from someone in the palace and was told it was “not good for the institution”.
Elsewhere, Harry claimed his family did not speak out on behalf of Meghan following the racism they received in the media.
He said, “In these three years, no one in my family has ever said anything. That hurts.”
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Harry also said he felt “disappointed” in his father, Prince Charles, who stopped taking his calls after he and Meghan left the UK.
In the meantime, the palace recently issued a statement on the interview.
It read: “The questions raised, especially those of race, concern.”
The statement states that they are “taken very seriously” and “addressed privately by the family”.
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