The Royal Family is trying to carry on amid backlash over allegations of racism shared by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The pair shared a series of disturbing stories during their talk with Oprah Winfrey, a recording of which aired Sunday in the U.S. and Monday in the U.K. Stories of Meghan being refused mental help despite her suicidal ideation, and members of the royal family being concerned about how dark Meghan and Harry’s son Archie‘s skin would be have rocked the world.
On Tuesday, Prince Charles was the first member of the Firm to emerge in public since the interview. The 72-year-old was asked what he thought of the interview, in which Harry expressed sadness over their estrangement, while visiting an NHS vaccination center in London.
Charles was reportedly seen “nervously chuckling” and continued walking at the official engagement, ignoring the question.