‘Fictional: Prince Charles’ aides DENY assert in new book, that he was “royal racist” who “questioned what color skin Harry and Meghan would have the day they announced their engagement.”

  • A new book will be published Tuesday to refute the bombshell allegation 
  • Source says Prince Charles said, “I wonder how their children will look?”
  • Spokesperson Charles claimed that Charles was a fiction.

Prince Charles denied the ‘fictional claims’ that he was the prince who asked about Prince Harry’s skin color.  

According to a source, the explosive accusation is made in Brothers and Wives by Christopher Anderson. 

According to them, Prince Charles proposed to Camilla. The couple announced their engagement on November 27, 2017, at 11:57 AM.

Prince Charles has denied 'fictional' claims that he was the royal who questioned the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future children

Prince Charles denied the ‘fictional claims’ that he was the prince who asked about Prince Harry’s skin color.

A source quoted in a book being released on Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the bombshell accusation

According to a source, the explosive accusation was made in Brothers and Wives by Christopher Anderson. The book is being published Tuesday.

According to Page Six.   

Prince Charles was reported to have then said: “I mean, What do you think their children’s complexion might look like?” 

Prince Charles spokeswoman told The Post: “This is fiction. It’s not worth any further commentary.” 

MailOnline repeated its requests to Harry and Meghan’s representative and Buckingham Palace for comments, but received no response by Sunday night. 

According to the book’s author, the Prince of Wales was not the name of the royal Harry and Meghan used in their interview with Oprah Winfrey (US talkshow host). 

The author doesn't actually say the Prince of Wales is the unnamed royal whom Harry and Meghan accused of racism during their March interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey

Although the author claims that the Prince of Wales was the nameless royal who Harry and Meghan accused were of racism in their March interview with Oprah Winfrey, the truth is not true.

The book also claims that Harry was told he was being 'overly sensitive' when he raised the matter to his father. And that his brother Prince William said the comment was 'tactless' but 'not a sign of racism'

According to the book, Harry was also told that he was being overly sensitive when he brought up the subject to his father. Prince William, Harry’s brother, said that while the comment was not racist but it was tactless.

Meghan claimed there were 'concerns and conversations about how dark [Archie's] skin might be when he was born' but didn't reveal who she was specifically accusing

Meghan stated that there are ‘concerns, and discussions about how dark it is. [Archie’s]Skin might have been when he was born” but she didn’t say who specifically she was accusing

Meghan said there were “concerns” and conversations regarding how dark Meghan felt. [Archie’s]He might have skin when he is born,” but she did not reveal the identity of her accuser. 

Anderson claims that Prince Charles’ innocent question was exaggerated by the Men in Grey who enjoyed putting racist spins on it. 

According to the book, Harry also was said that he was being “overly sensitive” when he brought up this matter to his father. 

Prince William, his brother, said that the comment was “tactless” but that it wasn’t a sign of race.