Prince William’s godmother has resigned from her role at Buckingham Palace following a racist incident during a reception.
A senior member of the British royal family has had to resign over racist comments. The royal family member repeatedly asked a black woman at a charity campaigner on Wednesday where she was “originally” from. Ngozi Fulani, chief executive of London-based Sista Special Group, attended a reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday with other campaigners.
After saying she was born and raised in Britain, and was British, Fulani said “Lady SH” asked her: “Where are you originally from, where did your people come from?” He was then asked: “When did you first come here?” The palace described the comments by a member of the royal family as “unacceptable and very sad”.
“We have approached Ngozi Fulani on this matter and invite him personally to discuss all aspects of his experience if he wishes,” a statement said. would like to express our deepest apologies for the inconvenience and that she has stepped down from her honorary role with immediate effect.
According to British media, the woman in question is the late Queen Elizabeth’s lady-in-waiting, Susan Hussey, who is also Prince William’s godmother.
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A spokesman for William said it was “really disappointing” to hear about such experiences. A Kensington Palace spokesman said: “These comments are unacceptable and it is right that the individual has stepped down immediately.” There is a danger of falling into the den. He is in Boston to present the Earthshot Prize for Action on Climate Change.
“We’re not a very racist family,” William insisted last year amid accusations of racism in the royal family by his brother Prince Harry and sister-in-law Meghan. An unnamed member of the group asked before the birth of their son Archie how dark his skin could be.
The royal palace was accused earlier this year of ignoring demands from Caribbean countries asking Britain to acknowledge its past role in slavery. British King Charles Swimbab is also the head of state of these Caribbean countries.
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