According to a British media report, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan would like to have a crisis meeting with the royal family. The Times quoted a source close to the couple as saying, “Yes, 100 percent, they would like to meet.”
Harry and Meghan are of the opinion that the palace shows double standards: After allegations of racism against a former lady-in-waiting of Queen Elizabeth II, the palace had arranged a meeting between her and the black activist who had raised the allegations. The lady-in-waiting apologized personally and publicly for her comments and resigned from her post.
“You know where the king lives”
“Nothing of that sort has been done as Harry and Meghan have voiced their concerns – no meeting, no official apology, no one, no one has taken responsibility. It’s hard to swallow,” the source cited, close to the couple, told the newspaper.
There was initially no official statement from the palace. However, an inside royal source told The Times: “If they want to contact the king – they know where he lives.”
In a multi-part Netflix documentary about their exit from the royal family, Harry (38) and Meghan (41) made serious allegations against the palace this week: the latter is said to have given the media negative or false information about the couple.
In addition, looking back on the discussions about his future, Harry accuses his father Charles of having told untruths. His brother Prince William also yelled at him at the time.
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