Prince William’s godmother resigns over race row

Prince william's godmother resigns over race row

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Prince William’s godmother resigns over race row” – below is their description.

The godmother of Prince William has apologised after repeatedly asking a black visitor “where she really came from”.

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https://news.sky.com/story/buckingham-palace-household-member-resigns-over-unacceptable-comments-made-at-queen-consorts-reception-12758643

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