Prince William’s office ‘disappointed’ by Palace staffer’s racist comments

Prince William’s office ‘disappointed’ by Palace staffer’s racist comments

11/30/2022

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Prince William and Kate Middleton’s office “was really disappointed” to hear about a senior member of King Charles III’s team allegedly making racist comments to Sistah Space CEO Ngozi Fulani.

“I was really disappointed to hear about the guest’s experience,” a spokesperson for the Prince and Princess of Wales told Page Six on Wednesday.

“Racism has no place in our society. These comments were unacceptable and it’s right that the individual has stepped aside with immediate effect.”

The statement comes after Fulani — a black woman who works as a domestic abuse advocate — alleged that she had been racially profiled during an event held by Camilla, Queen Consort, at Buckingham Palace.

“Mixed feelings about yesterday’s visit to Buckingham Palace,” she tweeted Wednesday.

“10 mins after arriving, a member of staff, Lady SH, approached me, moved my hair to see my name badge. The conversation below took place. The rest of the event is a blur.”


The Sistah Space CEO said she was repeatedly asked where she was “from” and what “nationality” she is at Queen Camilla’s event.

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The Sistah Space CEO said she was repeatedly asked where she was “from” and what “nationality” she is at Queen Camilla’s event.

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The Sistah Space CEO said she was repeatedly asked where she was “from” and what “nationality” she is at Queen Camilla’s event.

Instagram/@sistahspace_

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