In a new book by Omid Scobie, the author gives the names of two people who said this. But sources close to the Duchess assure that it was not Meghan who gave Scoba these names.
Omid Scobie / Photo: Getty Images
Meghan Markle and members of the Sussex team did not give Omid Scobie her letter to King Charles about two so-called 'royal racists', insist sources close to the duchess. Even in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan said that she did not want their names to be mentioned publicly.
Meghan and Harry have not publicly commented on "The Finale" or the scandal surrounding the Dutch translation of the book, which accuses King Charles and the Princess of Wales of discussing Archie's skin color before he was born.
According to the Daily Mail, the royal family is considering legal action, and leading lawyers have urged the Sussexes, who usually care about privacy, to sue Omid Scobie after he revealed that he saw names in letters exchanged between Meghan and King Charles III.
Meghan Markle / Photo: Associated Press
Royal writer Phil Dampierre told MailOnline: "The responsibility now lies largely with Harry and Meghan. If they don't stand behind this book and don't believe that the royal relatives are racists, they should come out right now and report it. Their silence speaks volumes, and I don't see the possibility of reconciliation anytime soon."
Well, it looks like Meghan and Harry won't get an invitation to Sandringham for Christmas this year.