“Endgame”: British royals are apparently considering a lawsuit

British royals are apparently considering a lawsuit

The Royals could possibly sue over “Endgame.”

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After new allegations from the tell-all book “Endgame,” the royals could possibly file a lawsuit.

The British royals are apparently considering taking legal action against new allegations that could be read in a version of Omid Scobie’s (42) tell-all book “Endgame”. The reports the BBC, citing the palace.

Sales of the book had recently stopped in the Netherlands. The translated version is said to have contained the names of two family members who are said to be involved in allegations that were first made by Prince Harry (39) and Duchess Meghan (42) in 2021. At the time, the Sussexes spoke in an interview with Oprah Winfrey (69) about how a member of the royal family had allegedly expressed concerns about the skin color of their son Archie (4) before his birth. They didn’t give a name at the time.

“We are looking at all options”

The controversial British presenter Piers Morgan (58) recently spoke about the matter on TV and, citing the “Endgame” translation, named the names of the family members allegedly involved. When asked whether the royals were planning to take legal action against Morgan, a palace spokesman said: “We are examining all options.”

Author Scobie, who is considered a confidant of Meghan and Harry, told BBC Two’s “Newsnight” that he first found out about the incident via social media. A “full investigation” is currently underway. The original English-language version – the only one that he himself knows and has released – does not contain any names.

In addition to the above accusation, “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival” is, among other things, about an alleged power struggle between King Charles III. (75) and his son William (41) as well as the supposedly cold relationship between William’s wife Kate (41) and Meghan.


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