why Meghan Markle told King Charles there are TWO ‘royal racists’ who spoke about her son Archie’s skin colour – and Harry asked his father: ‘Don’t you want to see your grandchildren any more?’, according to explosive new book by Omid Scobie

Meghan Markle accused two people in the Royal Household of airing ‘concerns’ about her son Archie’s skin colour, according to a bombshell new book set for release next week.Omid Scobie’s new volume Endgame claims the Duchess of Sussex wrote to King Charles III to outline her concerns in what threatens to reignite the ‘royal racist’ row that broke out in the wake of the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

According to The Sun, the book will also feature claims that Harry made a cutting remark to his father as they rowed over Frogmore Cottage, allegedly asking the King: ‘Don’t you want to see your grandchildren anymore?

French magazine Paris Match has also claimed the upcoming tome reveals a message was circulated in the Royal Family telling them not to trust Harry after his memoir Spare was released.The journal claims that a source close to the King even allegedly said ‘Charles was cautious’ after Prince Harry called his father to pass on his best wishes three weeks after the book was published.

‘He wanted to limit their discussion to a harmless exchange. Concerning Harry, the message that circulated in the family was not to trust him…everyone took it very seriously,’ the source alleged.