Meghan Markle & King Charles Exchanged Letters After Skin Color Comments To Oprah Winfrey (Reports)

King Charles reportedly reached out to his daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle, following her and Prince Harry’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. One month after the March 2021 sit-down, The Telegraph reported that His Majesty was believed to have written a letter to the Duchess of Sussex in which he expressed sadness over the ongoing rift between the couple and the royal family. Now, new details about that message are reportedly being revealed in Omid Scobie’s new book “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival.” According to multiple media outlets, the book states that sources alleged the then-Prince wanted to address Meghan and Harry’s bombshell claim to Oprah that a family member had expressed concern about the skin color of the couple’s then-unborn son, Archie. “Endgame” reportedly claims that Charles shared with Meghan that he didn’t believe the alleged remarks were made with “ill will” or “casual prejudice.” Multiple outlets report that Meghan then tried to explain to Charles how she considered the situation an example of a “lingering unconscious bias and ignorance,” according to the book. “Endgame” reportedly calls Charles and Meghan’s correspondence “respectful.” Neither the Sussexes nor Buckingham Palace has publicly addressed the book’s reported content.