How The Queen Is Fighting Back Against Meghan And Harry's Claims Of Racism

Queen Elizabeth is fighting back against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's claim that the royal family is racist. The Daily Mail reported on the immediate plans the queen is taking to address institutional racism within the British monarchy.

Once again, Queen Elizabeth II shows the world she's a resilient leader who gets things done. The monarch's plan to take specific and immediate action is because Harry and Meghan said their struggles with the royal family are because of racism. It appears the queen wants to solve the problem that drove her grandson and his family away from "The Firm" because she loves him and wants to bring Harry back into the family. The 94-year-old queen is also practical; she is hitting back at Meghan and Harry's allegations of racism because she doesn't want them to derail the British monarchy that she's spent almost 70 years building.

In their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said a member of the royal family pondered how dark their son Archie's skin would be. In the Oprah interview, Prince Harry said racism was one of the biggest reasons they left the U.K. and stepped back from their royal family duties. The interview has continued to impact the British monarchy, weeks after Oprah's interview, and the queen is taking aggressive action to stop the PR nightmare for the family. Keep scrolling to learn the details on the queen's plan to fight back against racism.

Queen Elizabeth's plan to fight racism may bring her grandson back

Queen Elizabeth II is taking action to tackle institutional racism in the British monarchy. Addressing the racism that drove Prince Harry and Meghan Markle away from the royal family might bring her grandson back into the fold. The Daily Mail reported that the queen is hiring a "diversity tsar" to oversee and solve racism issues in the British monarchy. The queen will "seek independent perspectives" to help the British monarchy modernize and improve diversity. According to the Daily Mail, palace sources say the move acknowledges that more needs to be done to improve the monarchy's approach on diversity, following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's explosive claims of institutional racism.

Queen Elizabeth's latest actions are part of a significant drive encompassing Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Kensington Palace; aides will tackle a "listen and learn" exercise in a few weeks that will involve talking to a variety of businesses and people about the way the monarchy can enhance representation.

The Daily Mail revealed that the outlet had seen the queen's plan. The palace seeks "impartial perspectives" to help evaluate and enhance the method of diversity — such as ethnic minorities, the disabled, and the gay and trans communities. A royal source told the British media outlet: "This is an issue which has been taken very seriously across the Households. We have the policies, procedures, and programs in place, but we haven't seen the progress we would like and accept more needs to be done."