'We’re Not A Racist Family': Prince William Angrily Responds To Harry And Meghan

The Royal Family was under fire after the Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle and Harry revealed shocking stories from when Meghan was still an active member of the Royal Family. The Sussexes dropped bomb after bomb from Kate Middleton, making Meghan cry before her royal wedding to the racist remark from a family member; there is a lot to talk about.

In a most recent update is an official response from the Royal Family, to be precise, Prince William's curt response when asked about the interview.

Prince William and wife Kate Middleton were on their royal duties as they visited School2 in East London.

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Prince William was directly asked by the reporter, "Is the Royal Family a racist family?"

This follows Meghan Markle's claim that a royal family member showed concern if Prince Archie would be born with a skin tone too dark.

The Duke of Cambridge responded, seemingly angry, "We're very much not a racist family."

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting School2 in East London to promote mental health program aimed at young children. They also addressed how children are slowly returning to classes and are following up on the mental health project that Kate started in primary schools in 2018.

Prince William was also asked if he had contacted his brother. His answer: "No, I haven't spoken to him, but I will do."

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It is unusual to watch Royal Family members directly reply to allegations and claims made. Still, experts see this as a display of strength in convictions from the Royal Family members. Phil Dampier commented, "Clearly very hurt but dignified. Well said, William."

Experts also believe that 'the royals will survive and slowly fight back.'

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The interview had been done without the Sussexes informing the Buckingham Palace about it.

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Prince William's response is the first official statement from a royal family member.

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However, experts reminded people that the Queen had mentioned that 'recollections may vary.' Another pointed out that Harry is also subject to his own racist remark when he dressed up in a Nazi outfit in 2005 with a swastika armband, among many other racially problematic actions over the years which were publicized and caused anger among people who were offended by his actions.