The queen will appoint a czar of diversity to help modernize the monarchy, according to a news report.
Sunday’s Mail reports that the proposal follows claims made by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in their Oprah interview.
The move is reportedly a confirmation that “more needs to be done”.
As a result, it is said to cover Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Kensington Palace.
The Queen News: ‘Diversity Drive’ planned
Staff will conduct a “listening and learning” exercise over the coming weeks to promote minority rights.
Companies and experts are consulted to improve representation.
A source said: “This is an issue that has been taken very seriously in households.
“We have the policies, procedures and programs in place, but we have not seen the progress that we want and accept that more needs to be done. We can always improve.
Work on this has been going on for some time.
“We are not afraid to look for new ways. The work on this has been going on for some time and is fully supported by the family. “
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The plans are believed to have gained momentum after Meghan claimed a family member made inquiries about Archie’s skin color.
Neither the Queen nor the Duke of Edinburgh were affected by the allegations.
Royal response to Harry and Meghan’s claims
The palace responded to the Oprah interview, finding that it took the allegations “very seriously”.
However, it was also found that “memories can vary across events”.
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And in the days that followed, Prince William said: “We are next to no racist family.”
Still, the mail reports that racism claims are not being formally investigated by the palace.
“It’s frustrating for her”
But Gayle King, US chat show personality and friend of the Sussexes, has said Meghan had documented evidence to back up her claims.
Ms. King said, “It’s frustrating for them to see that it’s a racist conversation about the royal family when they just wanted the royals to step in and tell the press to stop the unfair, inaccurate, false stories who are definitely racist. ”
The Queen News: Royals “have a track record of celebrating diversity”
Insiders have said the royal family has a “strong track record of celebrating diversity.”
In addition to supporting hundreds of charities, William has supported anti-racism campaigns in sports.
Prince Charles has even been criticized for advocating diversity.
He received critical headlines in 1994 when he said he wanted to be a “defender of the faith” rather than a “defender of the faith” when he was king.
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