BAME Leaders Say Royals Are Not Racist

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BAME Leaders Say Royals Are Not Racist

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
sat down with Oprah Winfrey and the couple made some explosive comments. The
couple claimed there were conversations about the colour of Archie’s skin
before he was born.

The interview sparked an
ongoing race row with many calling for the Royal Family to launch an
investigation into the claims.

Following the interview,
#AbolishTheMonarchy started trending on Twitter.

But now, Lord-Lieutenant
Golding, 67, said the remarks about Archie could have been “clumsy”
but did not necessarily amount to racism.

She argued the public did not
know anything about the alleged conversations and they did not have any
context.

Lord-Lieutenant Golding told
BBC’s Today programme: “[The comments] are not necessarily unacceptable.

“I know many people have
an interest in new babies and what new babies are going to bring to us.

“I do not know what
anyone’s intention may be.

“It is very easy in life
to be slightly clumsy, sometimes because you are in a different situation.

 

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