The Queen has broken her silence on Harry and Meghan’s controversial interview saying that ‘while some recollections may vary’ the ‘whole family is saddened’ to hear of the couple’s ‘challenging few years’.
Her Majesty said in a statement the issues raised about race were ‘concerning’ and will be ‘addressed by the family privately’.
She added the couple and their son ‘will always be much loved family members’.
Harry’s father, The Prince of Wales put on a brave face as he spoke to medics, clerics and patients at Jesus House Church’ near Brent Cross in London, following the personal attacks in front of a TV audience of 28million in the UK and US alone. As Charles left the church, a reporter asked, ‘Sir, what did you think of the interview?’, and after turning to see who had called out, he simply smiled and carried on walking. Charles was alone for that visit, although Camilla joined him later for trips to a vaccination centre in Elephant and Castle, south London, and the headquarters of NHS England.