Meghan and Harry 'could have ended the drama' from Omid Scobie

Meghan and Harry 'could have ended the drama' from Omid Scobie
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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 17/12/2023

- 05:16

Omid Scobie released his second controversial royal biography Endgame in December

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been blasted for continuing their silence on Omid Scobie's latest royal biography, Endgame.

Released this month, the Sussex ally made a series of fresh allegations and claims against the Royal Family.

The most controversial sparked outrage when two senior royals were named in an allegation first brought to light in 2021, when the royal couple sat down with celebrity interviewer Oprah Winfrey for a tell-all interview about their exit from the Royal Family in 2020.

Meghan Markle told Winfrey of "conversations and concerns" about son Archie's skin colour before he was born.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not commented on the claims made in Omid Scobie's book Endgame


Speaking to ITV's This Morning, the author denied ever writing the alleged names in his manuscripts, and blamed the Dutch translators.

Scobie claimed: "I had never submitted a book that had their names in it. So I can only talk about my version."

Amid the ongoing royal race row, Kinsey Schofield told GB News said that the continued silence was "not a good reflection of their character".

Shortly after the release, many royal experts had urged the couple to "distance themselves" from Scobie and the claims.

Schofield told Patrick Christys: "I'd say that they had plenty of time to end the drama surrounding Endgame. The ultimate results were a major fail here in the States.

"6000 sold in the UK, 9000 copies sold in the United States. I mean what was all of the chaos for?"

Schofield revealed: "I do think that they're being humbled right now. There's no way that they're looking around thinking that things are going in the right direction, or that things are going their way, they're being humbled right now.

"When people leave me comments saying stop being mean, my first reaction is yes, I agree. I wish Harry and Meghan would leave the Royal Family alone 100%.

Kinsey Schofield

Kinsey Schofield says Harry and Meghan 'had plenty of time' to end the Endgame drama

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"They would blossom in their brand if they would be more positive and count their blessings instead of worrying about the lip gloss that Kate reluctantly did actually share with Meghan one time."

Patrick agreed, jibing: "Yeah, exactly. It's all pathetic stuff.

"I think that there were actually probably more copies of The Big Issue sold here than Endgame, which is a magazine sold by homeless people for homeless people outside tube stations."

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