Book's claim Prince Charles questioned Archie's complexion came from 'rock-solid' sources, says author

AUTHOR Christopher Andersen has insisted he had “rock solid” sources for his claims that Prince Charles questioned the complexion of Harry and Meghan’s children.

He alleges Prince Charles asked Camilla over breakfast: “I wonder what the children will look like?”


Clarence House has denied the claims, which over­shadowed the Prince of Wales’ visit to Barbados.

But yesterday Andersen was adamant his book Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan was accurate.

He told US website The Daily Beast: “My sources are rock solid and they helped me unravel the mystery of which royal Harry and Meghan were talking about when they said a member of the family had brought up the issue of how light or dark their children might turn out to be and that there were concerns about what that would mean for the monarchy.”

Andersen said the remarks were the “innocent musings of a grandfather” that were “twisted over time by palace operatives into something far more racially charged and toxic”.

Clarence House said: “This is fiction and not worth further comment.”


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