King Charles III and Camilla: You show initiative after the racism incident

"Never complain, never explain" - this golden rule of Queen Elizabeth (1926-2022) wants King Charles III.

King Charles III and Camilla: You show initiative after the racism incident

"Never complain, never explain" - this golden rule of Queen Elizabeth (1926-2022) wants King Charles III. (74) does not seem to be retained. At least the monarch reacted quickly to a racist incident at an event at Buckingham Palace and wants to deal with the event. As the "Mail on Sunday" writes, Charles and his wife Camilla (75) now allegedly want to invite Ngozi Fulani (61) again to the palace to talk to each other about the subject.

The head of a British charity for Afro-Caribbean victims made it public on Instagram last week after a UN event at the palace that she had been repeatedly questioned by an elderly woman about where she "really" came from. It later turned out to be the Queen's long-time lady-in-waiting, Lady Susan Hussey (83). Hussey, a godmother to Prince William (40), then apologized and resigned. The palace said what happened was "unacceptable and deeply regrettable." A spokesman for Prince William said racism "has no place in our society".

Speaking to British TV show Good Morning Britain on Thursday, Ngozi Fulani said she was unaware of another invitation to Buckingham Palace. However, should it come, she would like to sit down with the royals to discuss the incident.

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