Charles rep slams claim he asked about the skin of Harry and Meghan’s children

Clarence House — the royal house of prince charles and Camille, Duchess of Cornwall– denies an allegation made in a new book that the Prince of Wales asked what was the color of the skin of Prince harry and Meghan marklethe children of would be.

The claim would have been made in Christophe Andersenthe new book of Brothers and wives: in the private lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan. According to the New York Post Sixth page, the book, citing a source, claims Charles had a conversation with Camilla the morning Harry and Meghan announced their engagement in 2017, in which he reportedly said, “I wonder what the kids will be like?” Sixth page reported that the book’s source claimed Camilla was “a little baffled” by the question and reportedly replied, “Well, absolutely gorgeous I’m sure.” Charles would then have asked, “I mean, what do you think their children’s skin tone might be?”

A spokesperson for Clarence House criticized the accusation and told UK news agency PA: “This is fiction and does not deserve further comment.”

E! News contacted both Clarence House and Harry and Meghan’s rep, but received no comment.

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