Unfortunate turn of events. The royal family is allegedly “scrambling” after Lady Susan Hussey — Prince Williamgodmother and one of King Charles IIIchief advisers – resigned from their post amid allegations of racism.
“This latest scandal has the Palace operatives scrambling to make amends, and it couldn’t have happened at a worse time.” – Royal Expert Christopher Andersen exclusively told Us weekly on Wednesday, November 30, adding that Hussey, 83, was a close friend of the late Queen Elizabeth II and a lady-in-waiting Queen Camilla. “She is not a marginal player – she works in the heart of the royal house.”
The King: The Life of King Charles III The author added that the scandal had likely “disturbed” the 41-year-old Prince of Wales, and Princess Katetrip to Boston, which begins on Wednesday, and also to draw more attention to Prince Harry as well as Meghan MarkleUpcoming candid documentary. “This is yet another PR disaster for the royal family – and with the release of the Suss*xes documentary on December 8 and Harry’s candid book in January, the next couple of months will be tough for the royal family in general and the king. in particular, Andersen said.
He continued: “Many of the older members of the royal family are still undoubtedly tone deaf and it remains to be seen what effect this will have on King Charles and the monarchy.”
Earlier Wednesday, domestic violence activist Ngozi Fulani stated via Twitter that she was asked racially insensitive questions by “employee, Lady S.H.” during an event at Buckingham Palace the day before. “Mixed feelings about yesterday’s visit to Buckingham Palace. 10 minutes after arriving I was approached by Lady S. [and] moved his hair to see my name badge,” the founder of Sistah Space wrote via organization twitter account.
She added that Hussie asked, “Where are you really from?” and “what part of Africa are you from?” despite Funlani’s repeated claims that she was born in the United Kingdom.
Buckingham Palace announced later that day that Hussie had resigned from her position amid the allegations. “We are taking this incident very seriously and have immediately launched an investigation to establish all the details,” the royal spokesman said in a statement. “Unacceptable and deeply regrettable comments were made in this case.”
The spokesperson continued, “In the meantime, the person concerned would like to express his deepest apologies for the harm caused and stepped down from his honorable role immediately. All family members are reminded of the diversity and inclusion policy they must uphold at all times.”
Amid the scandal, a spokesman for William and the 41-year-old Princess of Wales condemned the incident and voiced support for Hussey’s resignation. “I was very disappointed to hear about the guest experience. Racism has no place in our society. These comments were unacceptable and it is only right that the person resigned immediately,” the spokesperson said.
Fulani, for her part, told The keeper that she “never felt so unwanted or so uncomfortable” as during her visit to Buckingham Palace.
“They almost made me say that I’m not really British,” she explained. “I don’t know what she meant by ‘my people’. It was not clear to her that I have British citizenship. When she heard that my parents were from the Caribbean, she said, “Finally, we have achieved something.” … It was outright racism.”
Despite the employee’s offensive comments, the activist was disappointed that Hussie lost her job due to the incident. “It’s a tragedy for me that it all ended like this. I would prefer that she be talked to or re-educated,” Fulani told the publication.
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