Harry told hes too sensitive by Charles and William over son skin comment

Prince Harry has reportedly been accused of being "too sensitive" over alleged remarks regarding a family member making a comment over the skin colour of his son Archie.

According to author Christopher Andersen, Prince Charles and Prince William were both confronted by the Duke of Sussex over the remarks.

His brother and father allegedly told him he was being “oversensitive” and “overreacting”.

Anderson made the claims while speaking during an Interview with Us Weekly following the release of his new book, ‘Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan’.

Andersen said: “That complicated what was already a very complicated situation.”

Harry and Meghan Markle had claimed questions were asked about Archie’s skin by an unnamed royal in their interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year.

In his new book, the author alleges a conversation took place between Charles and Camilla about Archie’s complexion.

A source featured in the book reportedly told Andersen that Charles allegedly said to Camilla: "I wonder what the children will look like," on November 27, 2017.

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Camilla allegedly responded by saying: "Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m certain," before Charles added: "I mean, what do you think their children’s complexion might be?"

Andersen has now spoken out since the book was released and defended the prince’s alleged comments as being nothing more than curious like any grandparent would be.

He said: “And what he did was casually turn to her like any grandparent to be would do and say: ‘I wonder what their children will look like, hair colour, eye, colour, complexion.’

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“He did it fondly, but the problem is it was taken misconstrued, contorted over a period of time by the bureaucrats and the palace.”

Andersen also said the 'men in grey', as Princess Diana called them, reportedly “weaponised” the comments and it turned into something “quite nasty” by the time it reached Harry.

Buckingham Palace has refused to comment on the allegations made by Andersen’s book by stating: "We don’t comment on books of this kind as to do so risks giving it some form of authority or credibility."

The Palace denied allegations that the Royal Family is racist after the Oprah interview aired.

Andersen has publicly stated his “wish” for the Palace to read the book and said the “real fiction here is the denial”.

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