Prince William and Kate's Office: "Unacceptable" Buckingham Palace Racist Incident

30-11-2022

By Jawad Hussain

A Prince and Princess of Wales spokeswoman remarked, "Racism has no place in our society."

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After King Charles' top team member was accused of racism, Prince William and Kate Middleton's spokesman spoke out.

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Ngozi Fulani, a domestic abuse activist, said the palace staffer asked her racially charged questions about her origin and background during Queen Camilla's palace reception on Tuesday.

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Buckingham Palace says the royal household member resigned and apologized for "unacceptable and extremely regrettable sentiments."

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William and Kate travel to Boston on Wednesday for three days of festivities building up to William's Earthshot Prize awards ceremony on Friday.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales' spokesman addressed the matter on Wednesday: "I was appalled by the guest's experience. Racism has no place in society.

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These comments were inexcusable, and the person should have resigned immediately."

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The official noted Prince William, who was on a plane when the incident broke, was aware of the issue and supported the aide's punishment.

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Prince William confronts Buckingham Palace racism.