As the royal race row continues to grip public attention, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly planning to break their silence, according to insights from royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams.
Speaking to GB News, Fitzwilliams conveyed that the California-based royals, currently residing in Montecito, won't remain "silent" on the matter indefinitely.
The couple has yet to officially respond to the claims made by Omid Scobie in his explosive book, 'Endgame.'
The Dutch version of the book allegedly disclosed the names of royals involved in the race row, intensifying the controversy.
Fitzwilliams, during the GB News interview, pointed out that Prince Harry has historically been deliberate in taking legal action when he deems it necessary.
He emphasised that the decision to break silence depends on the actions of the Palace and the evolving nature of the information surrounding the controversy.
The royal expert stated, "Montecito is staying silent at the moment, but this isn't likely necessarily to last forever."
The anticipation surrounding the potential response from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continues to grow as the public awaits their perspective on the unfolding events.
Earlier, royal expert Rebecca English provided additional context, noting that sources close to the Duchess of Sussex insist she "never intended them to be publicly identified," and the letter was not leaked to Omid Scobie by anyone in her camp.
The ongoing developments suggest that the royal couple's decision to address the race row may be influenced by the trajectory of the situation and the actions taken by the Palace.