“Meghan Markle Denies Writing Letter on Royal Family’s ‘Unconscious Bias’?”
Meghan Markle, the wife of Prince Harry, has criticized the British media for claiming that she sent a letter to her father-in-law, now King Charles, expressing her concerns about the “unconscious bias” within the royal family. Her spokesperson has stated that she is not thinking about the correspondences from two years ago related to conversations from four years ago and that any suggestion regarding the letter is false and ridiculous. The spokesperson has urged the tabloid media and various royal correspondents to stop creating the exhausting circus.
The British media claimed that Meghan sent the letter to King Charles after her interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. In the interview, Meghan revealed that a member of the royal family speculated on the skin color of her unborn son and questioned how dark the child would be. The Duchess of Sussex expressed her concerns about “unconscious bias” in the royal family through the letter to her father-in-law.
In his tell-all autobiography and the couple’s Netflix documentary series, Prince Harry accused members of his family of “unconscious bias” that blinded them to the struggles he and Meghan faced in the years leading up to their dramatic departure from the Royal Family. He slammed racist undertones in tabloid coverage of Meghan, who is biracial. He said, “these are the skeletons in the closet that frequently make an unwelcome appearance in daily life in this family.” He urged people to recognize and rectify unconscious bias within themselves.
The claims about the correspondence between Meghan and King Charles have surfaced weeks before the king’s coronation, which Prince Harry will attend, but Meghan will miss. Instead, she will stay home in the United States with their children. King Charles and Queen Camilla will be crowned on May 6 at Westminster Abbey, and the public will celebrate for three days nationwide.