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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could have more interviews with Oprah Winfrey should they not be satisfied with the Palace’s response to their allegations, a royal expert believes.
In her explosive interview with the US talkshow legend last week, Meghan alleged an unnamed senior royal made a comment about Archie’s skin colour.
The Queen eventually responded to the interview, saying that “while some recollections may vary” the issues of race “are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately”.
Daily Mirror’s royal correspondent Russell Myers spoke about the allegation and subsequent Palace statement on a recent Pod Save the Queen episode.
“If Harry and Meghan were that aggrieved by that [the racism claim] and knew what attention that would bring by telling a global TV programme, they obviously feel very upset about it,” he said.
“I think that really relates to the Queen’s statement ‒ ‘recollections may vary’ ‒ that’s going to be very, very interesting to see how that is dealt with.
“Because if that does become an issue and Harry and Meghan either don’t get an apology privately or they are not satisfied with the way that internal investigation ‒ if we can call it that ‒ goes, then I have no doubt that they’ll hit the nuclear button again.
“They’ll be straight on the phone to Oprah or Gayle King and they’ll be doing more interviews.
“This is definitely not one where they’ve had their say and that’s it now ‒ they will definitely keep talking to the media if they feel that’s the only way to get their voice heard.”
Several of Meghan’s friends have since revealed more information following the interview having spoken to the former Suits actress.
Janina Gavankar told This Morning last week that there were “more truths to come” with emails “supporting” the claims Meghan made to Oprah.
Meanwhile, Gayle King has claimed Harry and William have spoken following the interview, but the talks have been “unproductive”.
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