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Prince William Made A Statement Saying That The Royal Family Is Not Racist

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Here we go again!!

We have more royal family drama to talk about.

Prince William has let a — sort of — statement slip about the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview with Oprah.

Buckingham Palace made an official statement after the interview aired on television, and they said they would deal with this fiasco, “and (it) will be addressed by the family privately.”

But, apparently Prince William didn’t get the memo that this was going to be a private matter between the family.

The Duke of Cambridge — that’s Prince Willam — was touring a school in east London, and while he was there, a reporter asked him if the royal family were racist.

We’re very much not a racist family.

Prince William to a reporter in London via CNN

A reporter also asked Prince William if he had spoken to his brother after the interview took place.

I haven’t spoken to him yet but I will do

Prince William to a reporter via CNN
Courtesy of CBS on YouTube

Now, if you will remember, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told Oprah that someone in the royal family made a remark concerning the color of Archie’s skin before he was born.

We don’t know WHO said it. They refused to divulge the information.

We know it wasn’t the Queen, nor was it her husband, but beyond that, it could simply be anyone.

Buckingham palace has refuted the allegation — sort of — and Prince William has given his two cents.

I’m just sitting here waiting for someone else to break their silence.

You can read the “official” statement from the royal family below.

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