A senior member of the British government has defended the royal family. There had previously been allegations of racism against the palace. Also in the first part of the Netflix documentary "Harry
Cleverly told Sky News presenter Sophy Ridge: "In all the encounters he has had with the royal family - there are many because of his role as foreign secretary - he has seen a group of people "who are passionate about making Britain so support as it is". The royal family's attitude towards Britain reflects "the modern country that we see". That's his personal experience, James Cleverly said, "but I also think it's something the whole world sees when it looks at us."
To the documentary "Harry
Part one of "Harry
In the first three episodes that have already been released, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have focused on the beginnings of their relationship and the aggressive reporting about it.
Shortly before the first episodes of the documentary were broadcast, there was a scandal in the royal family. After a UN event at the palace, the head of a British charity for Afro-Caribbean victims made it public on Instagram 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".