King Charles III has reportedly initiated a secret investigation to identify the source of leaks related to Meghan Markle's letter, which allegedly names two 'royal racists.'
The probe comes in the wake of explosive claims made by biographer Omid Scobie in his latest book, 'Endgame,' raising concerns within the palace.
According to insider reports, palace staff members are suspected to be aware of the contents of Meghan Markle's letter, leading to speculations about a possible internal leak.
King Charles is said to be treating the situation with utmost seriousness, ordering a thorough investigation and consulting senior advisers on the family's next steps.
The controversy escalated after King Charles and Kate Middleton were named as the royals accused of making comments about the skin color of Harry and Meghan's son Archie in the Dutch edition of Scobie's book.
Buckingham Palace, internally investigating the matter, expresses confidence that the leak did not originate from within the palace, believing that only a 'tiny handful' of people had access to the letters.
The media outlet, citing a source, has reported that a secret operation is underway to identify the leaker who provided Omid Scobie with the names of the two Royal Family members, further fueling the ongoing 'racism' row.
Despite the intense scrutiny, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen to remain silent on the scandal, leaving the public and the palace awaiting their response.
Scobie, accused of being a 'mouthpiece' for the Sussexes, has vehemently denied the allegations, stating on X, formerly Twitter, "I'm not 'Meg's pal.'"
Sources close to Meghan Markle, who allegedly wrote down the names of the family members in letters to King Charles, have insisted that she "never intended for them to be publicly identified," adding another layer of complexity to the unfolding royal drama. As the investigation unfolds, the scandal surroundi