‘Fictional’: Prince Charles’ aides DENY claim in new book that he was the ‘royal racist’ who ‘questioned what color skin Harry and Meghan’s children would have on the day they announced their engagement’

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  • New book being released on Tuesday alleges blast
  • Source claims Prince Charles asked ‘I wonder how their kids will look?’
  • Charles’ spokesman said: ‘This is fiction and does not deserve further comment’

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Prince Charles has denied ‘fictitious’ claims he was the royal who questioned the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children.

A source cited in a book released Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the blatant allegations.

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He claims that Prince Charles asked his wife Camilla, ‘I wonder how the kids will look?’ The couple’s engagement was officially announced in the morning – November 27, 2017.

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Prince Charles denies ‘fictitious’ claims he was royal who questioned the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children

A source quoted in a book released Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the blatant allegations.

A source quoted in a book released Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the blatant allegations.

The source added that Camilla seemed ‘somewhat taken aback’ by the question and added, ‘Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m sure,’ page six,

Prince Charles reportedly said: ‘I mean, what color do you think his kids could be?’

A spokesman for Prince Charles told the publication: ‘This is fiction and does not deserve further comment.’

MailOnline repeated requests for comment from representatives of Harry and Meghan and Buckingham Palace, but did not receive a response as of Sunday evening.

The book’s authors don’t actually say that the Prince of Wales is an unnamed royal whom Harry and Meghan accused of racism in March during their interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey.

The author doesn't actually say that 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.

The author doesn’t actually say that 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.

The book also claims that when Harry raised the matter with his father, he was told that he was

The book also claims that when Harry raised the matter with his father, he was told that he was “extremely sensitive”. And that his brother, Prince William, said the remarks were ‘disrespectful’ but ‘not a sign of racism’

Meghan claims there was concern and conversation about 'how dark' [Archie's] The skin may have been when he was born' but did not say who specifically she was accusing

Meghan claims there was concern and conversation about ‘how dark’ [Archie’s] The skin may have been when he was born’ but did not say who specifically she was accusing

Meghan claims there was concern and conversation about ‘how dark’ [Archie’s] The skin may have been when he was born’ but did not specify who she was specifically accusing.

Author Mr Anderson alleges that Prince Charles’ alleged innocence question was exaggerated by a group of courtiers known as the ‘Men in Grey’, who were happy to put a racist spin on it .

The book also claims that when Harry raised the matter with his father, he was told that he was “extremely sensitive”.

And that his brother, Prince William, said the remarks were ‘without behavior’ but ‘not a sign of racism’.

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