Prince Harry and Meghan Markle biographer, Omid Scobie, has now appeared on True Royalty TV to further publicise the ‘Finding Freedom’, claiming brothers Prince William and Harry did not speak for two months following the Sandringham Summit, that briefings from within the royal institution fuelled “racially-insensitive stereotypes” about the Duchess, and that a PA who left their employment was “very unpopular with the couple” but supported by the palace.
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