Meghan Markle claims there are TWO ‘royal racists’ who discussed Archie’s skin colour, according to bombshell book

MEGHAN Markle accused TWO ­people of discussing “concerns” about son Archie’s skin colour, a bombshell book is set to reveal.

Prince Harry and Meghan sparked a race row by alleging an unnamed member of the Royal Family spoke about “how dark his (Archie’s) skin might be when he’s born”, during their Oprah Winfrey interview.

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Meghan accused TWO ­people of discussing Archie’s skin colour, a book is set to revealCredit: Mega
The shock book will say that Meghan named two members of the Royal Household in letters she wrote to King Charles

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The shock book will say that Meghan named two members of the Royal Household in letters she wrote to King CharlesCredit: Getty
The identity of the pair accused by Meghan has not been disclosed

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The identity of the pair accused by Meghan has not been disclosedCredit: PA

But royal author Omid Scobie’s book Endgame will go further and say that — in private letters she wrote to the King — Meghan named two members of the Royal Household she says took part in the “conversations”.

The identity of the pair has not been disclosed in the shock book, which will hit bookshelves on Tuesday — but has been leaked to The Sun.

It is not known if the second accused person is a member of the Royal Family or someone who works for the family, but they are a member of the Royal Household.

Scobie claims he knows the names but “laws in the United Kingdom prevent me from reporting who they were”.

The allegation that there were two people risks re- igniting a bitter race row that led the late Queen Elizabeth to respond three years ago by saying “recollections may vary”.

Both names are said to appear in letters shared between Meghan and Charles in the spring of 2021, in the wake of the Oprah chat.

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The book will say Meghan believed “unconscious bias and ignorance” inside the Royal Family needed to be tackled.

In return, Charles wanted his letters to express he felt “no ill will” or “casual prejudice” had been involved.

In writing back to his daughter-in-law, Charles wanted to clear up “something he felt strongly about”, the leaked book will claim.

It will say there were no “hard feelings” about the “specific incident” but many other concerns remain unresolved.

As a result of the letters and naming of the two people, there was a feeling “both had been heard”, it will claim.

When Meghan was interviewed by Oprah in March 2021, she alleged comments were made during “several conversations”.

She refused to name names, saying: “I think that would be very damaging to them”.

While promoting his book Spare in January this year, Harry denied the couple had made any accusations of “racism” against the Royal Family.

Instead, the Duke of Sussex said it was a case of “unconscious bias”.

Endgame is Scobie’s second royal book after the author, dubbed “Meghan’s Cheerleader”, wrote the couple’s biography Finding Freedom two years ago.

Despite claims that the Sussexes had played no role in Finding Freedom, Meghan’s High Court case last year heard the couple had briefed favourable stories to Scobie via an aide.

The letters were shared between Meghan and Charles in the spring of 2021

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The letters were shared between Meghan and Charles in the spring of 2021Credit: Getty

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