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Second Royal Racist ID’d in Dutch Edition of ‘Endgame’: Report

Piroschka Van De Wouw/Reuters
Piroschka Van De Wouw/Reuters

A second so-called royal racist was revealed in the quickly withdrawn Dutch version of the book Endgame, a reporter in the Netherlands claimed Wednesday. The English version of Omid Scobie’s work about the British monarchy did not name the member of the royal family who, as Meghan Markle alleged in correspondence with then-Prince Charles after her bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview, had raised “concerns” about her son Archie’s skin color. The Dutch version of the book, however, was pulled after it did name the person in question, with Scobie blaming a “translation error” for the mishap. On Wednesday, Dutch royal reporter Rick Evers told Good Morning Britain that the names of “two senior royals” were mentioned in the Dutch version of Endgame. “The first one is very specific,” Evers said. “The second one is a little bit vague [about] if this person is really involved in the story. But the first one is very clear.”

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