Princess Michael of Kent is "very sorry and distressed" after she wore a controversial Blackamoor brooch to Queen Elizabeth II‘s Christmas lunch, which was attended by Prince Harry and his biracial bride-to-be Meghan Markle.
A Kensington Palace source reveals the wife of the Queen's cousin's intentions were pure and she did not intent to offend anybody. She's said to have vowed to never wear the racist pin again.
As RadarOnline.com reported exclusively on Thursday, the royal rolled up to the annual Christmas shindig at Buckingham Palace sporting a hugely inappropriate symbol said to depict Africans in subservient roles.
What's more — Princess Michael reportedly spoke with Markle at the event, which raised the question — did Markle actually come face-to-face with this pin?
Princess Michael, who is married to Prince Michael of Kent and lives at Kensington Palace with Markle, has been exposed for her alleged racist tendencies in the past. In 2004, she reportedly told black diners at a restaurant to “go back to the colonies.”
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Royal insiders tell RadarOnline.com both Michael and Markle live at the Palace but hadn’t even met until the lunch.
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