Prince Harry has accused the Royal Family of failing to defend his wife Meghan in the controversy over a Jeremy Clarkson newspaper column.
In an ITV interview, the Duke of Sussex said the “silence is deafening” about the “horrific” Sun article last month.
He contrasted this with the quick action taken after a race row at a Buckingham Palace reception.
Prince Harry also said he did not believe comments about his son’s skin tone, by an unnamed royal, were racist.
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The Clarkson article about Meghan had described how the columnist was “dreaming of the day when she is made to parade naked through the streets of every town in Britain while the crowds chant ‘Shame!’ and throw lumps of excrement at her”.
Later taken down by the Sun and prompting an apology from the paper and Mr Clarkson, the article was described by Prince Harry as “horrific and hurtful and cruel towards my wife”.
“The world is asking for some form of comment from the monarchy. But the silence is deafening. To put it mildly,” he said.
“Everything to do with my wife, after six years, they haven’t said a single thing.”
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