Two Royals were named by Piers Morgan as having allegedly made racially charged remarks about Meghan Markle and her infant at Buckingham Palace.
The identities of the two monarchs remained undisclosed until the Dutch edition of “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival,” authored by Omid Scobie, was published in Holland.
As soon as the error was discovered, the books were promptly withdrawn from circulation; however, Morgan made the decision to disclose the identities to his audience on Wednesday.
In his book, Omid Scobie talks about Prince William affair rumors. He says the medias or the Palace silenced this rumor. Why he doesn't say that it's Meghan Markle who started & pushed for this rumor in order to tarnish William's reputation? #Endgame pic.twitter.com/OaMWmmgqCW
— Taryn Valentin (@Livye3) November 27, 2023
The British broadcaster introduced Kate Middleton, the spouse of Prince William, and King Charles III by disclosing their identities to the audience.
“The royals who were named in this book are King Charles and Katherine, Princess of Wales,” Morgan said.
“Because frankly if Dutch people wandering into a book shop can pick it up, and see these names, then you, British people here, who actually pay for the British royal family, you’re entitled to know, too,” he continued.
Subsequently, the broadcaster provided a brief rationale for his exceedingly contentious choice.
The book contains allusions to circumstances that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made light of in their groundbreaking interviews with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.