The British Royalty Is On The Agenda Again With 'Racism'.
Lady Susan Hussey, Elizabeth's bridesmaid for over 60 years and Prince William's godmother, was accused of making 'racist comments' at a reception hosted by Queen Co-Queen Camilla.
Charity founder Ngozi Fulani has revealed that Lady Susan Hussey, Queen Elizabeth's bridesmaid for over 60 years and Prince William's godmother, asked her racist questions.
Ngozi Fulani, the founder of the "Sistah Space" organization, which supports victims of domestic abuse, said she was "stunned" by what Lady Hussey said at the reception organized by Co-Queen Camilla.
Ngozi Fulani, the founder of the organization called 'Sistah Space', which supports victims of domestic violence, announced the development with a post on his Twitter account. Fulani said those who witnessed the speech were "stunned" by Ms. Hussey's words.
Statement from Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace said in a statement after the incident that the remarks were "unacceptable and very sad". A spokesman for Prince William said: "What was said was unacceptable. It was the right decision to leave the post immediately. Racism has no place in our society."
Meghan Markle also Accused the Crown of Racism.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, who left their royal duties and went to the USA, said in an interview with famous TV personality Oprah Winfrey, "The royal family implied that they would not give Archie the title of principal because they were worried that they did not know how dark he would be."