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Prince William: “We are very much not a racist family”

William admitted that he still has not spoken to his brother about their disclosures. But he insisted he will do it. Last night, royal insiders claimed the pair are ‘prepared to come together and put on a ‘united front’ at the unveiling of a statue of their late mother at Kensington Palace in July.

Prince William defended the royals by saying they are very much not a racist family. The Queen and Prince Charles backed the Duke of Cambridge. William became the first senior member of the Royal Family to tackle head-on the highly damaging allegations levelled by Harry and Meghan in their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Prince William: “We are very much not a racist family”

William admitted that he still has not spoken to his brother about their disclosures. But he insisted he will do it. Last night, royal insiders claimed the pair are ‘prepared to come together and put on a ‘united front’ at the unveiling of a statue of their late mother at Kensington Palace in July.

A source told “Tensions are undoubtedly running high but they both realise it is important to put any differences aside for the ceremony at least. There is a feeling that both camps are prepared to come together and put on a united front for such a special occasion.” A reported said that Buckingham Palace and Clarence House, the official homes of the Queen and Prince of Wales respectively, were understood to be supportive of William’s intervention.

Marking the return of children to classes this week and the rollout to secondary schools of a mental health project launched by his wife Kate in primary schools in 2018, the Cambridge couple came and told that they would not answer questions. However, Sky News reporter Inzamam Rashid asked whether there has been any communication between the brothers.

William replied, “No, I haven’t spoken to him yet, but I will do.” Then the duke was asked, Is the royal family a racist family, sir?” The duke of Cambridge turned so his voice could be heard and replied, “We’re very much not a racist family.” William’s comments are the first public statement by a member of the Royal Family about the allegations made by the Sussexes.

In its statement, Buckingham Palace said the issues raised in Harry and Meghan’s were ‘concerning’ and would be approached by the Queen and her family privately. The royals appear to be at chances over the version of some events described by the Sussexes, as the statement highlighted how ‘some recollections may vary’. But the sympathetic tone of the Buckingham Palace statement hints a reconciliation through dialogue in private is the aim.

In the interview, Harry openly said he did not speak to the royal family about his wife’s mental health problems, which saw her experience suicidal thoughts, because he was ‘ashamed of admitting it to them’. He also added, “I didn’t have anyone to turn to. You know, we’ve got some very close friends that have been with us through this whole process. But for the family, they very much have this mentality. This is just how it is. This is how it’s meant to be. You can’t change it. We’ve all been through it.”

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