December 05, 2023


King Charles, Prince William set to have 'crisis talk' after 'Endgame' release

King Charles and Prince William get 'united in outrage' over Omid Scobie's Endgame allegations

By Javeria Shahid December 05, 2023
King Charles, Prince William set to have crisis talk after Omid Scobies Endgame
King Charles, Prince William set to have 'crisis talk' after Omid Scobie's Endgame

King Charles is set to have "crisis talks" with Prince William this week after the identity of “racists royals” were revealed in Omid Scoobie’s recently released book, Endgame.

The news of the table talk comes after the royal author released his new book, involving names of the two senior working royals who raised “concerns” over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s four-year-old son, Prince Archie, before he was even born.

According to Daily Express, the royal crisis talk will aim on how to respond to the ongoing news pertaining to the Royal Family, presenting a “business as usual” stance.

The outlet further cited that the royals are said to be “united in outrage” over the book’s revelations.

It has been claimed that the royals will aid His Majesty to decide a way forward with “time and care” before making any final decisions.

The Mirror reported recently that the Buckhingham palace have confirmed they are “considering all options."

The family is seeking emergency legal advice in the wake of the damaging allegations made in the Dutch version of the author's writing venture, reported the outlet.

A source from the palace tipped The Sunday Telegraph, “Discussions have been had and we’ll continue those discussions this week, but not in a crisis talks manner.”

The insider also added, “Decisions will be made with care and time and professionalism rather than rushed over the weekend.”

As for the writer of the 400-page book, he vehemently denied any claims that he leaked the names of members from the monarchy.

He went on to level blame at either publisher or translater of the book, which was originally published in English.

Xanders received the request to abruptly halt the publication of the book the same day it hit the shelves in Holland.