Racist dating in the dark
”It is not the first time Princess Michael has landed herself in hot water over an alleged racist gaffe.
In 2004 she was accused of insulting black diners at a New York restaurant by allegedly telling them to “go back to the colonies”. US actress Meghan has previously spoken out about the racism she faced during her childhood and career.
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It is understood she was not seated at the same table as Meghan, but the pair would have been introduced. One fumed: “I hope the Queen is going to ban this racist, horrible woman from any further gatherings.
She is an embarrassment to the Royal Family.” Another added: “Has no-one noticed the blackamoor pin that Princess Michael of Kent is wearing? Meghan Markle officially meets the family and is greeted by THIS?
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She claimed that some who believed she was white made distasteful "black jokes" in front of her and revealed her hurt when someone called her mum "the N word" when she was pulling out of a parking space.
She said: "My skin rushed with heat as I looked to my mom.
The American actress's mum Doria Ragland is black and has often spoken of racism she experienced as a child and as an adult.
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