The black Gospel choir who performed at Harry and Meghan’s wedding mentioned how Prince Charles invited them.
Moreover, the gospel group’s leader also spoke about how she refuses to believe any of the shocking allegations that have come forward about the Royal family being racist. According to her, “I refuse to believe that Charles is a racist,” she went on to admit.
Karen Gibson MBE was responsible for leading the famous London-based Choir in a well-renowned rendition of the soul classic tune ‘Stand by Me.’ This was performed at the high-profile royal wedding nuptials that took place at Windsor Castle in May 2018.
Gibson explained to TMZ how it was indeed Prince Charles who had invited the musical group to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. She also spoke about how Charles went out of his way to congratulate the gospel choir on their mega-success, ever since then.
Now, after the bombshell revelations by Meghan Markle herself about the royals in Buckingham Palace, the conductor mentioned how she is finding it ever so hard to accept how it ‘could be’ Charles who made the comment of baby Archie’s skin tone being ‘too dark.’
In the same way, Ms.Gibson also spoke about the shocking and breakthrough allegation of racism that surrounds all of the royals, ever since the CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey.
While she preferred to remain hush over the controversial debate, she did let out how she could possibly never be able to believe or imagine Charles saying or doing something of that sort.
The serious accusations went as far as prompting Prince William to finally break his silence over the matter, when he made his first public engagement, ever since the interview aired. Here, he sympathetically denied all of the charges, confirming how he is yet to speak to Harry but will do so soon.
In addition, he mentioned, “We are very much not a racist family,” answering the bold question put forward by one reporter.