EFE.- The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, wife of Prince Harry, filed a formal complaint with the British telecommunications regulator (Ofcom) over comments made about it by journalist Piers Morgan, one of the best-known faces on UK morning television.
The person in charge of the program Good morning britain he was forced to resign on Tuesday after stating live that he did not believe “not a word” of the testimony that Meghan offered in an interview with the American interviewer Oprah Winfrey.
Among other claims, Harry’s wife, assured that some member of the British royal family has expressed “concern” about the color of the skin of his son, Archie, and further suggested that he had suicidal thoughts while residing in the UK.
Ofcom, which has received around 41,000 complaints about Morgan’s words on its morning show, confirmed today that one of them has been submitted “on behalf of the Duchess of Sussex.”
Prince William, Harry’s brother, has so far been the only royal who has personally defended himself against accusations of alleged racism, wielding to the press this week that his family “is not racist, far from it.”
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Queen Elizabeth II, for her part, indicated through a Buckingham Palace spokesperson that while the allegations are “worrying”, they will be addressed “in private.”
The British sovereign made her first public appearance today after the controversial interview. He did it virtually during an event with schoolchildren in the framework of the British science week.
During the event, experts showed the queen images of a meteorite recently found in the English region of Glucestershire, before which the monarch was “happy that it did not hit anyone” when it fell to Earth.
He also commented on his 1961 meeting with the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man to travel into space, which he remembered as “particularly fascinating.”
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