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Dutch edition of Meghan and Harry book pulled after ‘royal racist’ mistakenly named

A new book about the royal family has been pulled from bookshelves in the Netherlands after a major publishing issue.

Endgame, by royal author Omid Scobie, includes letters written by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex to King Charles about a family member’s alleged comments about the colour of her son’s skin.

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In the bombshell book, Scobie claims there were two royals who made “racist” comments about Archie, but for legal reasons he was not able to reveal either of their identities.

However, a review copy sent to Dutch journalists contained the line: “In those private letters an identity was revealed and confirmed”, before naming one of the alleged culprits.

Scobie, who appeared on a Dutch TV show on Tuesday, said he had not named names in any versions of the book and was not to blame for the mistake.

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“The book is in several languages, and unfortunately I do not speak Dutch,” he said.

“But if there are translation errors, I’m sure the publishers will have it under control.

“I wrote and edited the English version.

“There’s never been no version that I’ve produced that has names in it.”

In the meantime, publisher Xander has put the book on hold in the Netherlands as it “awaits further instructions” from its US headquarters.

“Xander Uitgevers is temporarily withdrawing the book Eindstrijd (Endgame) by Omid Scobie from sale,” the company said in a statement.

“An error occurred in the Dutch translation and is currently being rectified.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Credit: Supplied

According to royal journalist Rick Evers, only the Dutch edition of the book has published the person’s name.

Fabian Paagman, who owns five bookstores in The Netherlands, told the Telegraph that he received an urgent message from Xander.

“We had just put the book on the shelves when we were contacted by the publisher, Xander, and told to remove it immediately,” he said.

“We were not given a reason why.”

Omid Scobie and his new book Endgame. Credit: Sunrise

Buckingham Palace has not commented on the Dutch edition of the book being put on hold.

The “royal racism row” first emerged in 2021 when Meghan and Harry gave a bombshell interview to US talk show host Oprah Winfrey.

In that interview, Meghan claimed a member of the royal family’s inner circle had speculated on what Archie’s skin colour might be.

“(There were) concerns and conversations about how dark (Archie’s) skin might be when he’s born,” she told an astonished Oprah.

The claims caused a furore, further estranging Harry and Meghan from the rest of the royal family.

But they were not repeated or included in last year’s Netflix documentary or addressed in Harry’s own controversial memoir, Spare.

Harry and Meghan’s racism claims generated masses of headlines, especially in the UK press. Credit: Anadolu Agency/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

The allegations prompted the late Queen Elizabeth to say that “recollections may vary”, and Prince William to announce: “We are not a racist family.”

Speaking on US show Good Morning America after the now-notorious Oprah interview, Prince Harry spoke about “unconscious bias”.

“It’s not racism, but unconscious bias if not confronted, if not acknowledged, if not learned and grown from, that can then move into racism,” he said.

“And the way that I understand it is that we all want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem.”

Apart from addressing the racism claims made by Meghan during the Oprah interview and the subsequent fallout, Scobie’s book contains a number of other astonishing allegations – including the fact that King Charles likes to have his shoelaces ironed.

Catherine, Princess of Wales and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

The book also claims that Catherine, Princess of Wales, is “cold” but that Queen Elizabeth liked her because she was more “keen” and “coachable” than Princess Diana was.

However, critics of the book said Scobie was “too close” to Harry and Meghan to present an unbiased version of events.

Others took issue with Scobie’s writing style, with one critic likening Endgame to an “AI-written press release”.

The book is out now — everywhere except The Netherlands, that is.

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