Meghan Markle shocked the entire world when she accused a certain member of the royal family of being racist.

During her conversation with Oprah Winfrey, Markle and Prince Harry said that some royals were concerned over the color of their son, Archie’s skin.

At the time, royal fans and royal experts became convinced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were referring to Princess Anne.

But in its Oct. 11 issue, Star claimed that the couple was actually talking about Prince Andrew.

Markle and Prince Harry allegedly found out that Prince Andrew is racist during one of their past conversations.

And the tabloid tried to provide some proof by saying that the Duke of York uttered some racist comments about Arabs. They then linked this to Markle and Prince Harry’s allegations and accused Prince Andrew of questioning Archie’s skin color.

But regardless of what the tabloid says, Prince Andrew is allegedly doing well because he knows he has Queen Elizabeth’s support.

Even though the past couple of months have been stressful due to allegations of sexual abuse, the dad of two knows that his mom would always have a soft spot for him.

However, the same cannot be said about Prince Charles, who wants to Prince Andrew off his $15 million allowances.

The heir to the throne doesn’t allegedly think that his younger brother receives to get a single cent especially now that he was served a lawsuit.

“The lawsuit is civil, but it’s not impossible for it to go to a criminal court. Being locked behind bars would be his biggest nightmare. He says he’s innocent, but he’s terrified,” the source said.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.

After all, Prince Harry and Markle never namedropped the royal that expressed concerns over their son’s skin color.

It is also important to note that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s statements were made long after Prince Andrew was accused of racism. And the two incidents are not related to each other.

As of late, there’s also no proof that Prince Charles is trying to cut Prince Andrew off his $15 million allowances. After all, this is not his decision to make.

Instead, the queen is still the one who has a final say when it comes to Prince Andrew getting financial support or not.